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Academic Advising
Start Date and TimeEvent Details
Thursday, September 12, 2013
9:00 AM - 1:00 PM Placement Test - New Castle
Placement testing enables Wilmington University to determine the appropriate English and mathematics course placement for students according to their entering skill level. For more information, and to register for a placement test, visit http://www.wilmu.edu/advising/placement.aspx
1:00 PM - 5:00 PM Placement Test - New Castle
Placement testing enables Wilmington University to determine the appropriate English and mathematics course placement for students according to their entering skill level. For more information, and to register for a placement test, visit http://www.wilmu.edu/advising/placement.aspx
5:00 PM - 9:00 PM Placement Test - New Castle
Placement testing enables Wilmington University to determine the appropriate English and mathematics course placement for students according to their entering skill level. For more information, and to register for a placement test, visit http://www.wilmu.edu/advising/placement.aspx
Saturday, September 14, 2013
9:00 AM - 1:00 PM Placement Test - New Castle
Placement testing enables Wilmington University to determine the appropriate English and mathematics course placement for students according to their entering skill level. For more information, and to register for a placement test, visit http://www.wilmu.edu/advising/placement.aspx
Thursday, September 26, 2013
9:00 AM - 1:00 PM Placement Test - New Castle
Placement testing enables Wilmington University to determine the appropriate English and mathematics course placement for students according to their entering skill level. For more information, and to register for a placement test, visit http://www.wilmu.edu/advising/placement.aspx
1:00 PM - 5:00 PM Placement Test - New Castle
Placement testing enables Wilmington University to determine the appropriate English and mathematics course placement for students according to their entering skill level. For more information, and to register for a placement test, visit http://www.wilmu.edu/advising/placement.aspx
5:00 PM - 9:00 PM Placement Test - New Castle
Placement testing enables Wilmington University to determine the appropriate English and mathematics course placement for students according to their entering skill level. For more information, and to register for a placement test, visit http://www.wilmu.edu/advising/placement.aspx
Saturday, September 28, 2013
9:00 AM - 1:00 PM Placement Test - New Castle
Placement testing enables Wilmington University to determine the appropriate English and mathematics course placement for students according to their entering skill level. For more information, and to register for a placement test, visit http://www.wilmu.edu/advising/placement.aspx
Thursday, October 03, 2013
9:00 AM - 1:00 PM Placement Test - New Castle
Placement testing enables Wilmington University to determine the appropriate English and mathematics course placement for students according to their entering skill level. For more information, and to register for a placement test, visit http://www.wilmu.edu/advising/placement.aspx
1:00 PM - 5:00 PM Placement Test - New Castle
Placement testing enables Wilmington University to determine the appropriate English and mathematics course placement for students according to their entering skill level. For more information, and to register for a placement test, visit http://www.wilmu.edu/advising/placement.aspx
5:00 PM - 9:00 PM Placement Test - New Castle
Placement testing enables Wilmington University to determine the appropriate English and mathematics course placement for students according to their entering skill level. For more information, and to register for a placement test, visit http://www.wilmu.edu/advising/placement.aspx
Saturday, October 05, 2013
9:00 AM - 1:00 PM Placement Test - New Castle
Placement testing enables Wilmington University to determine the appropriate English and mathematics course placement for students according to their entering skill level. For more information, and to register for a placement test, visit http://www.wilmu.edu/advising/placement.aspx
Thursday, October 17, 2013
9:00 AM - 1:00 PM Placement Test - New Castle
Placement testing enables Wilmington University to determine the appropriate English and mathematics course placement for students according to their entering skill level. For more information, and to register for a placement test, visit http://www.wilmu.edu/advising/placement.aspx
1:00 PM - 5:00 PM Placement Test - New Castle
Placement testing enables Wilmington University to determine the appropriate English and mathematics course placement for students according to their entering skill level. For more information, and to register for a placement test, visit http://www.wilmu.edu/advising/placement.aspx
5:00 PM - 9:00 PM Placement Test - New Castle
Placement testing enables Wilmington University to determine the appropriate English and mathematics course placement for students according to their entering skill level. For more information, and to register for a placement test, visit http://www.wilmu.edu/advising/placement.aspx
Monday, October 21, 2013
9:00 AM - 1:00 PM Placement Test - New Castle
Placement testing enables Wilmington University to determine the appropriate English and mathematics course placement for students according to their entering skill level. For more information, and to register for a placement test, visit http://www.wilmu.edu/advising/placement.aspx
1:00 PM - 5:00 PM Placement Test - New Castle
Placement testing enables Wilmington University to determine the appropriate English and mathematics course placement for students according to their entering skill level. For more information, and to register for a placement test, visit http://www.wilmu.edu/advising/placement.aspx
5:00 PM - 9:00 PM Placement Test - New Castle
Placement testing enables Wilmington University to determine the appropriate English and mathematics course placement for students according to their entering skill level. For more information, and to register for a placement test, visit http://www.wilmu.edu/advising/placement.aspx
Tuesday, October 22, 2013
9:00 AM - 1:00 PM Placement Test - New Castle
Placement testing enables Wilmington University to determine the appropriate English and mathematics course placement for students according to their entering skill level. For more information, and to register for a placement test, visit http://www.wilmu.edu/advising/placement.aspx
1:00 PM - 5:00 PM Placement Test - New Castle
Placement testing enables Wilmington University to determine the appropriate English and mathematics course placement for students according to their entering skill level. For more information, and to register for a placement test, visit http://www.wilmu.edu/advising/placement.aspx
5:00 PM - 9:00 PM Placement Test - New Castle
Placement testing enables Wilmington University to determine the appropriate English and mathematics course placement for students according to their entering skill level. For more information, and to register for a placement test, visit http://www.wilmu.edu/advising/placement.aspx
Wednesday, October 23, 2013
9:00 AM - 1:00 PM Placement Test - New Castle
Placement testing enables Wilmington University to determine the appropriate English and mathematics course placement for students according to their entering skill level. For more information, and to register for a placement test, visit http://www.wilmu.edu/advising/placement.aspx
1:00 PM - 5:00 PM Placement Test - New Castle
Placement testing enables Wilmington University to determine the appropriate English and mathematics course placement for students according to their entering skill level. For more information, and to register for a placement test, visit http://www.wilmu.edu/advising/placement.aspx
5:00 PM - 9:00 PM Placement Test - New Castle
Placement testing enables Wilmington University to determine the appropriate English and mathematics course placement for students according to their entering skill level. For more information, and to register for a placement test, visit http://www.wilmu.edu/advising/placement.aspx
Thursday, October 24, 2013
9:00 AM - 1:00 PM Placement Test - New Castle
Placement testing enables Wilmington University to determine the appropriate English and mathematics course placement for students according to their entering skill level. For more information, and to register for a placement test, visit http://www.wilmu.edu/advising/placement.aspx
1:00 PM - 5:00 PM Placement Test - New Castle
Placement testing enables Wilmington University to determine the appropriate English and mathematics course placement for students according to their entering skill level. For more information, and to register for a placement test, visit http://www.wilmu.edu/advising/placement.aspx
5:00 PM - 9:00 PM Placement Test - New Castle
Placement testing enables Wilmington University to determine the appropriate English and mathematics course placement for students according to their entering skill level. For more information, and to register for a placement test, visit http://www.wilmu.edu/advising/placement.aspx
Friday, October 25, 2013
9:00 AM - 1:00 PM Placement Test - New Castle
Placement testing enables Wilmington University to determine the appropriate English and mathematics course placement for students according to their entering skill level. For more information, and to register for a placement test, visit http://www.wilmu.edu/advising/placement.aspx
1:00 PM - 5:00 PM Placement Test - New Castle
Placement testing enables Wilmington University to determine the appropriate English and mathematics course placement for students according to their entering skill level. For more information, and to register for a placement test, visit http://www.wilmu.edu/advising/placement.aspx
Thursday, November 07, 2013
9:00 AM - 1:00 PM Placement Test - New Castle
Placement testing enables Wilmington University to determine the appropriate English and mathematics course placement for students according to their entering skill level. For more information, and to register for a placement test, visit http://www.wilmu.edu/advising/placement.aspx
1:00 PM - 5:00 PM Placement Test - New Castle
Placement testing enables Wilmington University to determine the appropriate English and mathematics course placement for students according to their entering skill level. For more information, and to register for a placement test, visit http://www.wilmu.edu/advising/placement.aspx
5:00 PM - 9:00 PM Placement Test - New Castle
Placement testing enables Wilmington University to determine the appropriate English and mathematics course placement for students according to their entering skill level. For more information, and to register for a placement test, visit http://www.wilmu.edu/advising/placement.aspx
Saturday, November 09, 2013
9:00 AM - 1:00 PM Placement Test - New Castle
Placement testing enables Wilmington University to determine the appropriate English and mathematics course placement for students according to their entering skill level. For more information, and to register for a placement test, visit http://www.wilmu.edu/advising/placement.aspx
Thursday, November 21, 2013
9:00 AM - 1:00 PM Placement Test - New Castle
Placement testing enables Wilmington University to determine the appropriate English and mathematics course placement for students according to their entering skill level. For more information, and to register for a placement test, visit http://www.wilmu.edu/advising/placement.aspx
1:00 PM - 5:00 PM Placement Test - New Castle
Placement testing enables Wilmington University to determine the appropriate English and mathematics course placement for students according to their entering skill level. For more information, and to register for a placement test, visit http://www.wilmu.edu/advising/placement.aspx
5:00 PM - 9:00 PM Placement Test - New Castle
Placement testing enables Wilmington University to determine the appropriate English and mathematics course placement for students according to their entering skill level. For more information, and to register for a placement test, visit http://www.wilmu.edu/advising/placement.aspx
Saturday, November 23, 2013
9:00 AM - 1:00 PM Placement Test - New Castle
Placement testing enables Wilmington University to determine the appropriate English and mathematics course placement for students according to their entering skill level. For more information, and to register for a placement test, visit http://www.wilmu.edu/advising/placement.aspx
Thursday, December 05, 2013
9:00 AM - 1:00 PM Placement Test - New Castle
Placement testing enables Wilmington University to determine the appropriate English and mathematics course placement for students according to their entering skill level. For more information, and to register for a placement test, visit http://www.wilmu.edu/advising/placement.aspx
1:00 PM - 5:00 PM Placement Test - New Castle
Placement testing enables Wilmington University to determine the appropriate English and mathematics course placement for students according to their entering skill level. For more information, and to register for a placement test, visit http://www.wilmu.edu/advising/placement.aspx
5:00 PM - 9:00 PM Placement Test - New Castle
Placement testing enables Wilmington University to determine the appropriate English and mathematics course placement for students according to their entering skill level. For more information, and to register for a placement test, visit http://www.wilmu.edu/advising/placement.aspx
Saturday, December 07, 2013
9:00 AM - 1:00 PM Placement Test - New Castle
Placement testing enables Wilmington University to determine the appropriate English and mathematics course placement for students according to their entering skill level. For more information, and to register for a placement test, visit http://www.wilmu.edu/advising/placement.aspx
Monday, December 16, 2013
9:00 AM - 1:00 PM Placement Test - New Castle
Placement testing enables Wilmington University to determine the appropriate English and mathematics course placement for students according to their entering skill level. For more information, and to register for a placement test, visit http://www.wilmu.edu/advising/placement.aspx
1:00 PM - 5:00 PM Placement Test - New Castle
Placement testing enables Wilmington University to determine the appropriate English and mathematics course placement for students according to their entering skill level. For more information, and to register for a placement test, visit http://www.wilmu.edu/advising/placement.aspx
5:00 PM - 9:00 PM Placement Test - New Castle
Placement testing enables Wilmington University to determine the appropriate English and mathematics course placement for students according to their entering skill level. For more information, and to register for a placement test, visit http://www.wilmu.edu/advising/placement.aspx
Tuesday, December 17, 2013
9:00 AM - 1:00 PM Placement Test - New Castle
Placement testing enables Wilmington University to determine the appropriate English and mathematics course placement for students according to their entering skill level. For more information, and to register for a placement test, visit http://www.wilmu.edu/advising/placement.aspx
1:00 PM - 5:00 PM Placement Test - New Castle
Placement testing enables Wilmington University to determine the appropriate English and mathematics course placement for students according to their entering skill level. For more information, and to register for a placement test, visit http://www.wilmu.edu/advising/placement.aspx
5:00 PM - 9:00 PM Placement Test - New Castle
Placement testing enables Wilmington University to determine the appropriate English and mathematics course placement for students according to their entering skill level. For more information, and to register for a placement test, visit http://www.wilmu.edu/advising/placement.aspx
Wednesday, December 18, 2013
9:00 AM - 1:00 PM Placement Test - New Castle
Placement testing enables Wilmington University to determine the appropriate English and mathematics course placement for students according to their entering skill level. For more information, and to register for a placement test, visit http://www.wilmu.edu/advising/placement.aspx
1:00 PM - 5:00 PM Placement Test - New Castle
Placement testing enables Wilmington University to determine the appropriate English and mathematics course placement for students according to their entering skill level. For more information, and to register for a placement test, visit http://www.wilmu.edu/advising/placement.aspx
5:00 PM - 9:00 PM Placement Test - New Castle
Placement testing enables Wilmington University to determine the appropriate English and mathematics course placement for students according to their entering skill level. For more information, and to register for a placement test, visit http://www.wilmu.edu/advising/placement.aspx
Thursday, December 19, 2013
9:00 AM - 1:00 PM (Cancelled) Placement Test - New Castle
Placement testing enables Wilmington University to determine the appropriate English and mathematics course placement for students according to their entering skill level. For more information, and to register for a placement test, visit http://www.wilmu.edu/advising/placement.aspx
1:00 PM - 5:00 PM (Cancelled) Placement Test - New Castle
Placement testing enables Wilmington University to determine the appropriate English and mathematics course placement for students according to their entering skill level. For more information, and to register for a placement test, visit http://www.wilmu.edu/advising/placement.aspx
5:00 PM - 9:00 PM (Cancelled) Placement Test - New Castle
Placement testing enables Wilmington University to determine the appropriate English and mathematics course placement for students according to their entering skill level. For more information, and to register for a placement test, visit http://www.wilmu.edu/advising/placement.aspx
Friday, December 20, 2013
9:00 AM - 1:00 PM (Cancelled) Placement Test - New Castle
Placement testing enables Wilmington University to determine the appropriate English and mathematics course placement for students according to their entering skill level. For more information, and to register for a placement test, visit http://www.wilmu.edu/advising/placement.aspx
1:00 PM - 5:00 PM (Cancelled) Placement Test - New Castle
Placement testing enables Wilmington University to determine the appropriate English and mathematics course placement for students according to their entering skill level. For more information, and to register for a placement test, visit http://www.wilmu.edu/advising/placement.aspx
Academic Advising - Advising Sessions
Start Date and TimeEvent Details
Thursday, August 08, 2013
11:00 AM - 12:00 PM Walk-in Registration Session

¤ What classes should I take next?
¤ How do I register online?
¤ What classes do I have left?
¤ For all other questions, or if you are a NEW STUDENT, please call to make an appointment.

Walk-In Registration sessions are for current students who need assistance registering for courses, have questions regarding webcampus or "My Degree Program".

Students with questions in other areas (ex. grad check, change of major, probation, etc.), including NEW STUDENTS should contact the Advising office to schedule an appointment.

Each session is scheduled to last for about 1 hour. Students interested in attending a walk-in registration session are encouraged to check in with the Academic Advisor in the Library 10 minutes prior to the start of the desired session.

If you have questions, contact (302) 356-INFO or
advising@wilmu.edu

4:00 PM - 5:00 PM Walk-in Registration Session

¤ What classes should I take next?
¤ How do I register online?
¤ What classes do I have left?
¤ For all other questions, or if you are a NEW STUDENT, please call to make an appointment.

Walk-In Registration sessions are for current students who need assistance registering for courses, have questions regarding webcampus or "My Degree Program".

Students with questions in other areas (ex. grad check, change of major, probation, etc.), including NEW STUDENTS should contact the Advising office to schedule an appointment.

Each session is scheduled to last for about 1 hour. Students interested in attending a walk-in registration session are encouraged to check in with the Academic Advisor in the Library 10 minutes prior to the start of the desired session.

If you have questions, contact (302) 356-INFO or
advising@wilmu.edu

Friday, August 09, 2013
10:00 AM - 1:00 PM Walk-in Registration Session

¤ What classes should I take next?
¤ How do I register online?
¤ What classes do I have left?
¤ For all other questions, or if you are a NEW STUDENT, please call to make an appointment.

Walk-In Registration sessions are for current students who need assistance registering for courses, have questions regarding webcampus or "My Degree Program".

Students with questions in other areas (ex. grad check, change of major, probation, etc.), including NEW STUDENTS should contact the Advising office to schedule an appointment.

Each session is scheduled to last for about 1 hour. Students interested in attending a walk-in registration session are encouraged to show 10 minutes prior to the start of the desired session in DAC 307.

If you have questions, contact (302) 356-INFO or
advising@wilmu.edu

Monday, August 12, 2013
11:00 AM - 12:00 PM Walk-in Registration Session

¤ What classes should I take next?
¤ How do I register online?
¤ What classes do I have left?
¤ For all other questions, or if you are a NEW STUDENT, please call to make an appointment.

Walk-In Registration sessions are for current students who need assistance registering for courses, have questions regarding webcampus or "My Degree Program".

Students with questions in other areas (ex. grad check, change of major, probation, etc.), including NEW STUDENTS should contact the Advising office to schedule an appointment.

Each session is scheduled to last for about 1 hour. Students interested in attending a walk-in registration session are encouraged to check in with the Academic Advisor in the Library 10 minutes prior to the start of the desired session.

If you have questions, contact (302) 356-INFO or
advising@wilmu.edu

4:00 PM - 5:00 PM Walk-in Registration Session

¤ What classes should I take next?
¤ How do I register online?
¤ What classes do I have left?
¤ For all other questions, or if you are a NEW STUDENT, please call to make an appointment.

Walk-In Registration sessions are for current students who need assistance registering for courses, have questions regarding webcampus or "My Degree Program".

Students with questions in other areas (ex. grad check, change of major, probation, etc.), including NEW STUDENTS should contact the Advising office to schedule an appointment.

Each session is scheduled to last for about 1 hour. Students interested in attending a walk-in registration session are encouraged to check in with the Academic Advisor in the Library 10 minutes prior to the start of the desired session.

If you have questions, contact (302) 356-INFO or
advising@wilmu.edu

Tuesday, August 13, 2013
11:00 AM - 12:00 PM Walk-in Registration Session

¤ What classes should I take next?
¤ How do I register online?
¤ What classes do I have left?
¤ For all other questions, or if you are a NEW STUDENT, please call to make an appointment.

Walk-In Registration sessions are for current students who need assistance registering for courses, have questions regarding webcampus or "My Degree Program".

Students with questions in other areas (ex. grad check, change of major, probation, etc.), including NEW STUDENTS should contact the Advising office to schedule an appointment.

Each session is scheduled to last for about 1 hour. Students interested in attending a walk-in registration session are encouraged to check in with the Academic Advisor in the Library 10 minutes prior to the start of the desired session.

If you have questions, contact (302) 356-INFO or
advising@wilmu.edu

4:00 PM - 5:00 PM Walk-in Registration Session

¤ What classes should I take next?
¤ How do I register online?
¤ What classes do I have left?
¤ For all other questions, or if you are a NEW STUDENT, please call to make an appointment.

Walk-In Registration sessions are for current students who need assistance registering for courses, have questions regarding webcampus or "My Degree Program".

Students with questions in other areas (ex. grad check, change of major, probation, etc.), including NEW STUDENTS should contact the Advising office to schedule an appointment.

Each session is scheduled to last for about 1 hour. Students interested in attending a walk-in registration session are encouraged to check in with the Academic Advisor in the Library 10 minutes prior to the start of the desired session.

If you have questions, contact (302) 356-INFO or
advising@wilmu.edu

Wednesday, August 14, 2013
11:00 AM - 12:00 PM Walk-in Registration Session

¤ What classes should I take next?
¤ How do I register online?
¤ What classes do I have left?
¤ For all other questions, or if you are a NEW STUDENT, please call to make an appointment.

Walk-In Registration sessions are for current students who need assistance registering for courses, have questions regarding webcampus or "My Degree Program".

Students with questions in other areas (ex. grad check, change of major, probation, etc.), including NEW STUDENTS should contact the Advising office to schedule an appointment.

Each session is scheduled to last for about 1 hour. Students interested in attending a walk-in registration session are encouraged to check in with the Academic Advisor in the Library 10 minutes prior to the start of the desired session.

If you have questions, contact (302) 356-INFO or
advising@wilmu.edu

4:00 PM - 5:00 PM Walk-in Registration Session

¤ What classes should I take next?
¤ How do I register online?
¤ What classes do I have left?
¤ For all other questions, or if you are a NEW STUDENT, please call to make an appointment.

Walk-In Registration sessions are for current students who need assistance registering for courses, have questions regarding webcampus or "My Degree Program".

Students with questions in other areas (ex. grad check, change of major, probation, etc.), including NEW STUDENTS should contact the Advising office to schedule an appointment.

Each session is scheduled to last for about 1 hour. Students interested in attending a walk-in registration session are encouraged to check in with the Academic Advisor in the Library 10 minutes prior to the start of the desired session.

If you have questions, contact (302) 356-INFO or
advising@wilmu.edu

Thursday, August 15, 2013
11:00 AM - 12:00 PM Walk-in Registration Session

¤ What classes should I take next?
¤ How do I register online?
¤ What classes do I have left?
¤ For all other questions, or if you are a NEW STUDENT, please call to make an appointment.

Walk-In Registration sessions are for current students who need assistance registering for courses, have questions regarding webcampus or "My Degree Program".

Students with questions in other areas (ex. grad check, change of major, probation, etc.), including NEW STUDENTS should contact the Advising office to schedule an appointment.

Each session is scheduled to last for about 1 hour. Students interested in attending a walk-in registration session are encouraged to check in with the Academic Advisor in the Library 10 minutes prior to the start of the desired session.

If you have questions, contact (302) 356-INFO or
advising@wilmu.edu

4:00 PM - 5:00 PM Walk-in Registration Session

¤ What classes should I take next?
¤ How do I register online?
¤ What classes do I have left?
¤ For all other questions, or if you are a NEW STUDENT, please call to make an appointment.

Walk-In Registration sessions are for current students who need assistance registering for courses, have questions regarding webcampus or "My Degree Program".

Students with questions in other areas (ex. grad check, change of major, probation, etc.), including NEW STUDENTS should contact the Advising office to schedule an appointment.

Each session is scheduled to last for about 1 hour. Students interested in attending a walk-in registration session are encouraged to check in with the Academic Advisor in the Library 10 minutes prior to the start of the desired session.

If you have questions, contact (302) 356-INFO or
advising@wilmu.edu

Friday, August 16, 2013
10:00 AM - 1:00 PM Walk-in Registration Session

¤ What classes should I take next?
¤ How do I register online?
¤ What classes do I have left?
¤ For all other questions, or if you are a NEW STUDENT, please call to make an appointment.

Walk-In Registration sessions are for current students who need assistance registering for courses, have questions regarding webcampus or "My Degree Program".

Students with questions in other areas (ex. grad check, change of major, probation, etc.), including NEW STUDENTS should contact the Advising office to schedule an appointment.

Each session is scheduled to last for about 1 hour. Students interested in attending a walk-in registration session are encouraged to show 10 minutes prior to the start of the desired session in DAC 307.

If you have questions, contact (302) 356-INFO or
advising@wilmu.edu

Monday, August 19, 2013
11:00 AM - 12:00 PM Walk-in Registration Session

¤ What classes should I take next?
¤ How do I register online?
¤ What classes do I have left?
¤ For all other questions, or if you are a NEW STUDENT, please call to make an appointment.

Walk-In Registration sessions are for current students who need assistance registering for courses, have questions regarding webcampus or "My Degree Program".

Students with questions in other areas (ex. grad check, change of major, probation, etc.), including NEW STUDENTS should contact the Advising office to schedule an appointment.

Each session is scheduled to last for about 1 hour. Students interested in attending a walk-in registration session are encouraged to check in with the Academic Advisor in the Library 10 minutes prior to the start of the desired session.

If you have questions, contact (302) 356-INFO or
advising@wilmu.edu

4:00 PM - 5:00 PM Walk-in Registration Session

¤ What classes should I take next?
¤ How do I register online?
¤ What classes do I have left?
¤ For all other questions, or if you are a NEW STUDENT, please call to make an appointment.

Walk-In Registration sessions are for current students who need assistance registering for courses, have questions regarding webcampus or "My Degree Program".

Students with questions in other areas (ex. grad check, change of major, probation, etc.), including NEW STUDENTS should contact the Advising office to schedule an appointment.

Each session is scheduled to last for about 1 hour. Students interested in attending a walk-in registration session are encouraged to check in with the Academic Advisor in the Library 10 minutes prior to the start of the desired session.

If you have questions, contact (302) 356-INFO or
advising@wilmu.edu

Tuesday, August 20, 2013
11:00 AM - 12:00 PM Walk-in Registration Session

¤ What classes should I take next?
¤ How do I register online?
¤ What classes do I have left?
¤ For all other questions, or if you are a NEW STUDENT, please call to make an appointment.

Walk-In Registration sessions are for current students who need assistance registering for courses, have questions regarding webcampus or "My Degree Program".

Students with questions in other areas (ex. grad check, change of major, probation, etc.), including NEW STUDENTS should contact the Advising office to schedule an appointment.

Each session is scheduled to last for about 1 hour. Students interested in attending a walk-in registration session are encouraged to check in with the Academic Advisor in the Library 10 minutes prior to the start of the desired session.

If you have questions, contact (302) 356-INFO or
advising@wilmu.edu

4:00 PM - 5:00 PM Walk-in Registration Session

¤ What classes should I take next?
¤ How do I register online?
¤ What classes do I have left?
¤ For all other questions, or if you are a NEW STUDENT, please call to make an appointment.

Walk-In Registration sessions are for current students who need assistance registering for courses, have questions regarding webcampus or "My Degree Program".

Students with questions in other areas (ex. grad check, change of major, probation, etc.), including NEW STUDENTS should contact the Advising office to schedule an appointment.

Each session is scheduled to last for about 1 hour. Students interested in attending a walk-in registration session are encouraged to check in with the Academic Advisor in the Library 10 minutes prior to the start of the desired session.

If you have questions, contact (302) 356-INFO or
advising@wilmu.edu

Wednesday, August 21, 2013
11:00 AM - 12:00 PM Walk-in Registration Session

¤ What classes should I take next?
¤ How do I register online?
¤ What classes do I have left?
¤ For all other questions, or if you are a NEW STUDENT, please call to make an appointment.

Walk-In Registration sessions are for current students who need assistance registering for courses, have questions regarding webcampus or "My Degree Program".

Students with questions in other areas (ex. grad check, change of major, probation, etc.), including NEW STUDENTS should contact the Advising office to schedule an appointment.

Each session is scheduled to last for about 1 hour. Students interested in attending a walk-in registration session are encouraged to check in with the Academic Advisor in the Library 10 minutes prior to the start of the desired session.

If you have questions, contact (302) 356-INFO or
advising@wilmu.edu

4:00 PM - 5:00 PM Walk-in Registration Session

¤ What classes should I take next?
¤ How do I register online?
¤ What classes do I have left?
¤ For all other questions, or if you are a NEW STUDENT, please call to make an appointment.

Walk-In Registration sessions are for current students who need assistance registering for courses, have questions regarding webcampus or "My Degree Program".

Students with questions in other areas (ex. grad check, change of major, probation, etc.), including NEW STUDENTS should contact the Advising office to schedule an appointment.

Each session is scheduled to last for about 1 hour. Students interested in attending a walk-in registration session are encouraged to check in with the Academic Advisor in the Library 10 minutes prior to the start of the desired session.

If you have questions, contact (302) 356-INFO or
advising@wilmu.edu

Thursday, August 22, 2013
11:00 AM - 12:00 PM Walk-in Registration Session

¤ What classes should I take next?
¤ How do I register online?
¤ What classes do I have left?
¤ For all other questions, or if you are a NEW STUDENT, please call to make an appointment.

Walk-In Registration sessions are for current students who need assistance registering for courses, have questions regarding webcampus or "My Degree Program".

Students with questions in other areas (ex. grad check, change of major, probation, etc.), including NEW STUDENTS should contact the Advising office to schedule an appointment.

Each session is scheduled to last for about 1 hour. Students interested in attending a walk-in registration session are encouraged to check in with the Academic Advisor in the Library 10 minutes prior to the start of the desired session.

If you have questions, contact (302) 356-INFO or
advising@wilmu.edu

4:00 PM - 5:00 PM Walk-in Registration Session

¤ What classes should I take next?
¤ How do I register online?
¤ What classes do I have left?
¤ For all other questions, or if you are a NEW STUDENT, please call to make an appointment.

Walk-In Registration sessions are for current students who need assistance registering for courses, have questions regarding webcampus or "My Degree Program".

Students with questions in other areas (ex. grad check, change of major, probation, etc.), including NEW STUDENTS should contact the Advising office to schedule an appointment.

Each session is scheduled to last for about 1 hour. Students interested in attending a walk-in registration session are encouraged to check in with the Academic Advisor in the Library 10 minutes prior to the start of the desired session.

If you have questions, contact (302) 356-INFO or
advising@wilmu.edu

Friday, August 23, 2013
10:00 AM - 1:00 PM Walk-in Registration Session

¤ What classes should I take next?
¤ How do I register online?
¤ What classes do I have left?
¤ For all other questions, or if you are a NEW STUDENT, please call to make an appointment.

Walk-In Registration sessions are for current students who need assistance registering for courses, have questions regarding webcampus or "My Degree Program".

Students with questions in other areas (ex. grad check, change of major, probation, etc.), including NEW STUDENTS should contact the Advising office to schedule an appointment.

Each session is scheduled to last for about 1 hour. Students interested in attending a walk-in registration session are encouraged to show 10 minutes prior to the start of the desired session in DAC 307.

If you have questions, contact (302) 356-INFO or
advising@wilmu.edu

Monday, August 26, 2013
11:00 AM - 12:00 PM Walk-in Registration Session

¤ What classes should I take next?
¤ How do I register online?
¤ What classes do I have left?
¤ For all other questions, or if you are a NEW STUDENT, please call to make an appointment.

Walk-In Registration sessions are for current students who need assistance registering for courses, have questions regarding webcampus or "My Degree Program".

Students with questions in other areas (ex. grad check, change of major, probation, etc.), including NEW STUDENTS should contact the Advising office to schedule an appointment.

Each session is scheduled to last for about 1 hour. Students interested in attending a walk-in registration session are encouraged to check in with the Academic Advisor in the Library 10 minutes prior to the start of the desired session.

If you have questions, contact (302) 356-INFO or
advising@wilmu.edu

4:00 PM - 5:00 PM Walk-in Registration Session

¤ What classes should I take next?
¤ How do I register online?
¤ What classes do I have left?
¤ For all other questions, or if you are a NEW STUDENT, please call to make an appointment.

Walk-In Registration sessions are for current students who need assistance registering for courses, have questions regarding webcampus or "My Degree Program".

Students with questions in other areas (ex. grad check, change of major, probation, etc.), including NEW STUDENTS should contact the Advising office to schedule an appointment.

Each session is scheduled to last for about 1 hour. Students interested in attending a walk-in registration session are encouraged to check in with the Academic Advisor in the Library 10 minutes prior to the start of the desired session.

If you have questions, contact (302) 356-INFO or
advising@wilmu.edu

Tuesday, August 27, 2013
11:00 AM - 12:00 PM Walk-in Registration Session

¤ What classes should I take next?
¤ How do I register online?
¤ What classes do I have left?
¤ For all other questions, or if you are a NEW STUDENT, please call to make an appointment.

Walk-In Registration sessions are for current students who need assistance registering for courses, have questions regarding webcampus or "My Degree Program".

Students with questions in other areas (ex. grad check, change of major, probation, etc.), including NEW STUDENTS should contact the Advising office to schedule an appointment.

Each session is scheduled to last for about 1 hour. Students interested in attending a walk-in registration session are encouraged to check in with the Academic Advisor in the Library 10 minutes prior to the start of the desired session.

If you have questions, contact (302) 356-INFO or
advising@wilmu.edu

4:00 PM - 5:00 PM Walk-in Registration Session

¤ What classes should I take next?
¤ How do I register online?
¤ What classes do I have left?
¤ For all other questions, or if you are a NEW STUDENT, please call to make an appointment.

Walk-In Registration sessions are for current students who need assistance registering for courses, have questions regarding webcampus or "My Degree Program".

Students with questions in other areas (ex. grad check, change of major, probation, etc.), including NEW STUDENTS should contact the Advising office to schedule an appointment.

Each session is scheduled to last for about 1 hour. Students interested in attending a walk-in registration session are encouraged to check in with the Academic Advisor in the Library 10 minutes prior to the start of the desired session.

If you have questions, contact (302) 356-INFO or
advising@wilmu.edu

Wednesday, August 28, 2013
11:00 AM - 12:00 PM Walk-in Registration Session

¤ What classes should I take next?
¤ How do I register online?
¤ What classes do I have left?
¤ For all other questions, or if you are a NEW STUDENT, please call to make an appointment.

Walk-In Registration sessions are for current students who need assistance registering for courses, have questions regarding webcampus or "My Degree Program".

Students with questions in other areas (ex. grad check, change of major, probation, etc.), including NEW STUDENTS should contact the Advising office to schedule an appointment.

Each session is scheduled to last for about 1 hour. Students interested in attending a walk-in registration session are encouraged to check in with the Academic Advisor in the Library 10 minutes prior to the start of the desired session.

If you have questions, contact (302) 356-INFO or
advising@wilmu.edu

4:00 PM - 5:00 PM Walk-in Registration Session

¤ What classes should I take next?
¤ How do I register online?
¤ What classes do I have left?
¤ For all other questions, or if you are a NEW STUDENT, please call to make an appointment.

Walk-In Registration sessions are for current students who need assistance registering for courses, have questions regarding webcampus or "My Degree Program".

Students with questions in other areas (ex. grad check, change of major, probation, etc.), including NEW STUDENTS should contact the Advising office to schedule an appointment.

Each session is scheduled to last for about 1 hour. Students interested in attending a walk-in registration session are encouraged to check in with the Academic Advisor in the Library 10 minutes prior to the start of the desired session.

If you have questions, contact (302) 356-INFO or
advising@wilmu.edu

Thursday, August 29, 2013
11:00 AM - 12:00 PM Walk-in Registration Session

¤ What classes should I take next?
¤ How do I register online?
¤ What classes do I have left?
¤ For all other questions, or if you are a NEW STUDENT, please call to make an appointment.

Walk-In Registration sessions are for current students who need assistance registering for courses, have questions regarding webcampus or "My Degree Program".

Students with questions in other areas (ex. grad check, change of major, probation, etc.), including NEW STUDENTS should contact the Advising office to schedule an appointment.

Each session is scheduled to last for about 1 hour. Students interested in attending a walk-in registration session are encouraged to check in with the Academic Advisor in the Library 10 minutes prior to the start of the desired session.

If you have questions, contact (302) 356-INFO or
advising@wilmu.edu

4:00 PM - 5:00 PM Walk-in Registration Session

¤ What classes should I take next?
¤ How do I register online?
¤ What classes do I have left?
¤ For all other questions, or if you are a NEW STUDENT, please call to make an appointment.

Walk-In Registration sessions are for current students who need assistance registering for courses, have questions regarding webcampus or "My Degree Program".

Students with questions in other areas (ex. grad check, change of major, probation, etc.), including NEW STUDENTS should contact the Advising office to schedule an appointment.

Each session is scheduled to last for about 1 hour. Students interested in attending a walk-in registration session are encouraged to check in with the Academic Advisor in the Library 10 minutes prior to the start of the desired session.

If you have questions, contact (302) 356-INFO or
advising@wilmu.edu

Friday, August 30, 2013
10:00 AM - 1:00 PM Walk-in Registration Session

¤ What classes should I take next?
¤ How do I register online?
¤ What classes do I have left?
¤ For all other questions, or if you are a NEW STUDENT, please call to make an appointment.

Walk-In Registration sessions are for current students who need assistance registering for courses, have questions regarding webcampus or "My Degree Program".

Students with questions in other areas (ex. grad check, change of major, probation, etc.), including NEW STUDENTS should contact the Advising office to schedule an appointment.

Each session is scheduled to last for about 1 hour. Students interested in attending a walk-in registration session are encouraged to show 10 minutes prior to the start of the desired session in DAC 307.

If you have questions, contact (302) 356-INFO or
advising@wilmu.edu

Tuesday, September 03, 2013
11:00 AM - 12:00 PM Walk-in Registration Session

¤ What classes should I take next?
¤ How do I register online?
¤
What classes do I have left?
¤ For all other questions, or if you are a NEW STUDENT, please call to make an appointment.

Walk-In Registration sessions are for current students who need assistance registering for courses, have questions regarding webcampus or "My Degree Program".

Students with questions in other areas (ex. grad check, change of major, probation, etc.), including NEW STUDENTS should contact the Advising office to schedule an appointment.

Each session is scheduled to last for about 1 hour. Students interested in attending a walk-in registration session are encouraged to check in 10 minutes prior to the start of the desired session.

If you have questions, contact (302) 356-INFO or
advising@wilmu.edu

4:00 PM - 5:00 PM Walk-in Registration Session

¤ What classes should I take next?
¤ How do I register online?
¤
What classes do I have left?
¤ For all other questions, or if you are a NEW STUDENT, please call to make an appointment.

Walk-In Registration sessions are for current students who need assistance registering for courses, have questions regarding webcampus or "My Degree Program".

Students with questions in other areas (ex. grad check, change of major, probation, etc.), including NEW STUDENTS should contact the Advising office to schedule an appointment.

Each session is scheduled to last for about 1 hour. Students interested in attending a walk-in registration session are encouraged to check in 10 minutes prior to the start of the desired session.

If you have questions, contact (302) 356-INFO or
advising@wilmu.edu

Wednesday, September 04, 2013
11:00 AM - 12:00 PM Walk-in Registration Session

¤ What classes should I take next?
¤ How do I register online?
¤
What classes do I have left?
¤ For all other questions, or if you are a NEW STUDENT, please call to make an appointment.

Walk-In Registration sessions are for current students who need assistance registering for courses, have questions regarding webcampus or "My Degree Program".

Students with questions in other areas (ex. grad check, change of major, probation, etc.), including NEW STUDENTS should contact the Advising office to schedule an appointment.

Each session is scheduled to last for about 1 hour. Students interested in attending a walk-in registration session are encouraged to check in 10 minutes prior to the start of the desired session.

If you have questions, contact (302) 356-INFO or
advising@wilmu.edu

4:00 PM - 5:00 PM Walk-in Registration Session

¤ What classes should I take next?
¤ How do I register online?
¤
What classes do I have left?
¤ For all other questions, or if you are a NEW STUDENT, please call to make an appointment.

Walk-In Registration sessions are for current students who need assistance registering for courses, have questions regarding webcampus or "My Degree Program".

Students with questions in other areas (ex. grad check, change of major, probation, etc.), including NEW STUDENTS should contact the Advising office to schedule an appointment.

Each session is scheduled to last for about 1 hour. Students interested in attending a walk-in registration session are encouraged to check in 10 minutes prior to the start of the desired session.

If you have questions, contact (302) 356-INFO or
advising@wilmu.edu

Thursday, September 05, 2013
11:00 AM - 12:00 PM Walk-in Registration Session

¤ What classes should I take next?
¤ How do I register online?
¤
What classes do I have left?
¤ For all other questions, or if you are a NEW STUDENT, please call to make an appointment.

Walk-In Registration sessions are for current students who need assistance registering for courses, have questions regarding webcampus or "My Degree Program".

Students with questions in other areas (ex. grad check, change of major, probation, etc.), including NEW STUDENTS should contact the Advising office to schedule an appointment.

Each session is scheduled to last for about 1 hour. Students interested in attending a walk-in registration session are encouraged to check in 10 minutes prior to the start of the desired session.

If you have questions, contact (302) 356-INFO or
advising@wilmu.edu

4:00 PM - 5:00 PM Walk-in Registration Session

¤ What classes should I take next?
¤ How do I register online?
¤
What classes do I have left?
¤ For all other questions, or if you are a NEW STUDENT, please call to make an appointment.

Walk-In Registration sessions are for current students who need assistance registering for courses, have questions regarding webcampus or "My Degree Program".

Students with questions in other areas (ex. grad check, change of major, probation, etc.), including NEW STUDENTS should contact the Advising office to schedule an appointment.

Each session is scheduled to last for about 1 hour. Students interested in attending a walk-in registration session are encouraged to check in 10 minutes prior to the start of the desired session.

If you have questions, contact (302) 356-INFO or
advising@wilmu.edu

Friday, September 06, 2013
1:00 PM - 2:00 PM Walk-in Registration Session

¤ What classes should I take next?
¤ How do I register online?
¤
What classes do I have left?
¤ For all other questions, or if you are a NEW STUDENT, please call to make an appointment.

Walk-In Registration sessions are for current students who need assistance registering for courses, have questions regarding webcampus or "My Degree Program".

Students with questions in other areas (ex. grad check, change of major, probation, etc.), including NEW STUDENTS should contact the Advising office to schedule an appointment.

Each session is scheduled to last for about 1 hour. Students interested in attending a walk-in registration session are encouraged to check in 10 minutes prior to the start of the desired session.

If you have questions, contact (302) 356-INFO or
advising@wilmu.edu

Monday, September 09, 2013
11:00 AM - 12:00 PM Walk-in Registration Session

¤ What classes should I take next?
¤ How do I register online?
¤
What classes do I have left?
¤ For all other questions, or if you are a NEW STUDENT, please call to make an appointment.

Walk-In Registration sessions are for current students who need assistance registering for courses, have questions regarding webcampus or "My Degree Program".

Students with questions in other areas (ex. grad check, change of major, probation, etc.), including NEW STUDENTS should contact the Advising office to schedule an appointment.

Each session is scheduled to last for about 1 hour. Students interested in attending a walk-in registration session are encouraged to check in 10 minutes prior to the start of the desired session.

If you have questions, contact (302) 356-INFO or
advising@wilmu.edu

4:00 PM - 5:00 PM Walk-in Registration Session

¤ What classes should I take next?
¤ How do I register online?
¤
What classes do I have left?
¤ For all other questions, or if you are a NEW STUDENT, please call to make an appointment.

Walk-In Registration sessions are for current students who need assistance registering for courses, have questions regarding webcampus or "My Degree Program".

Students with questions in other areas (ex. grad check, change of major, probation, etc.), including NEW STUDENTS should contact the Advising office to schedule an appointment.

Each session is scheduled to last for about 1 hour. Students interested in attending a walk-in registration session are encouraged to check in 10 minutes prior to the start of the desired session.

If you have questions, contact (302) 356-INFO or
advising@wilmu.edu

Tuesday, September 10, 2013
11:00 AM - 12:00 PM Walk-in Registration Session

¤ What classes should I take next?
¤ How do I register online?
¤
What classes do I have left?
¤ For all other questions, or if you are a NEW STUDENT, please call to make an appointment.

Walk-In Registration sessions are for current students who need assistance registering for courses, have questions regarding webcampus or "My Degree Program".

Students with questions in other areas (ex. grad check, change of major, probation, etc.), including NEW STUDENTS should contact the Advising office to schedule an appointment.

Each session is scheduled to last for about 1 hour. Students interested in attending a walk-in registration session are encouraged to check in 10 minutes prior to the start of the desired session.

If you have questions, contact (302) 356-INFO or
advising@wilmu.edu

4:00 PM - 5:00 PM Walk-in Registration Session

¤ What classes should I take next?
¤ How do I register online?
¤
What classes do I have left?
¤ For all other questions, or if you are a NEW STUDENT, please call to make an appointment.

Walk-In Registration sessions are for current students who need assistance registering for courses, have questions regarding webcampus or "My Degree Program".

Students with questions in other areas (ex. grad check, change of major, probation, etc.), including NEW STUDENTS should contact the Advising office to schedule an appointment.

Each session is scheduled to last for about 1 hour. Students interested in attending a walk-in registration session are encouraged to check in 10 minutes prior to the start of the desired session.

If you have questions, contact (302) 356-INFO or
advising@wilmu.edu

Wednesday, September 11, 2013
11:00 AM - 12:00 PM Walk-in Registration Session

¤ What classes should I take next?
¤ How do I register online?
¤
What classes do I have left?
¤ For all other questions, or if you are a NEW STUDENT, please call to make an appointment.

Walk-In Registration sessions are for current students who need assistance registering for courses, have questions regarding webcampus or "My Degree Program".

Students with questions in other areas (ex. grad check, change of major, probation, etc.), including NEW STUDENTS should contact the Advising office to schedule an appointment.

Each session is scheduled to last for about 1 hour. Students interested in attending a walk-in registration session are encouraged to check in 10 minutes prior to the start of the desired session.

If you have questions, contact (302) 356-INFO or
advising@wilmu.edu

4:00 PM - 5:00 PM Walk-in Registration Session

¤ What classes should I take next?
¤ How do I register online?
¤
What classes do I have left?
¤ For all other questions, or if you are a NEW STUDENT, please call to make an appointment.

Walk-In Registration sessions are for current students who need assistance registering for courses, have questions regarding webcampus or "My Degree Program".

Students with questions in other areas (ex. grad check, change of major, probation, etc.), including NEW STUDENTS should contact the Advising office to schedule an appointment.

Each session is scheduled to last for about 1 hour. Students interested in attending a walk-in registration session are encouraged to check in 10 minutes prior to the start of the desired session.

If you have questions, contact (302) 356-INFO or
advising@wilmu.edu

Thursday, September 12, 2013
11:00 AM - 12:00 PM Walk-in Registration Session

¤ What classes should I take next?
¤ How do I register online?
¤
What classes do I have left?
¤ For all other questions, or if you are a NEW STUDENT, please call to make an appointment.

Walk-In Registration sessions are for current students who need assistance registering for courses, have questions regarding webcampus or "My Degree Program".

Students with questions in other areas (ex. grad check, change of major, probation, etc.), including NEW STUDENTS should contact the Advising office to schedule an appointment.

Each session is scheduled to last for about 1 hour. Students interested in attending a walk-in registration session are encouraged to check in 10 minutes prior to the start of the desired session.

If you have questions, contact (302) 356-INFO or
advising@wilmu.edu

4:00 PM - 5:00 PM Walk-in Registration Session

¤ What classes should I take next?
¤ How do I register online?
¤
What classes do I have left?
¤ For all other questions, or if you are a NEW STUDENT, please call to make an appointment.

Walk-In Registration sessions are for current students who need assistance registering for courses, have questions regarding webcampus or "My Degree Program".

Students with questions in other areas (ex. grad check, change of major, probation, etc.), including NEW STUDENTS should contact the Advising office to schedule an appointment.

Each session is scheduled to last for about 1 hour. Students interested in attending a walk-in registration session are encouraged to check in 10 minutes prior to the start of the desired session.

If you have questions, contact (302) 356-INFO or
advising@wilmu.edu

Friday, September 13, 2013
1:00 PM - 2:00 PM Walk-in Registration Session

¤ What classes should I take next?
¤ How do I register online?
¤
What classes do I have left?
¤ For all other questions, or if you are a NEW STUDENT, please call to make an appointment.

Walk-In Registration sessions are for current students who need assistance registering for courses, have questions regarding webcampus or "My Degree Program".

Students with questions in other areas (ex. grad check, change of major, probation, etc.), including NEW STUDENTS should contact the Advising office to schedule an appointment.

Each session is scheduled to last for about 1 hour. Students interested in attending a walk-in registration session are encouraged to check in 10 minutes prior to the start of the desired session.

If you have questions, contact (302) 356-INFO or
advising@wilmu.edu

Monday, September 16, 2013
11:00 AM - 12:00 PM Walk-in Registration Session

¤ What classes should I take next?
¤ How do I register online?
¤
What classes do I have left?
¤ For all other questions, or if you are a NEW STUDENT, please call to make an appointment.

Walk-In Registration sessions are for current students who need assistance registering for courses, have questions regarding webcampus or "My Degree Program".

Students with questions in other areas (ex. grad check, change of major, probation, etc.), including NEW STUDENTS should contact the Advising office to schedule an appointment.

Each session is scheduled to last for about 1 hour. Students interested in attending a walk-in registration session are encouraged to check in 10 minutes prior to the start of the desired session.

If you have questions, contact (302) 356-INFO or
advising@wilmu.edu

4:00 PM - 5:00 PM Walk-in Registration Session

¤ What classes should I take next?
¤ How do I register online?
¤
What classes do I have left?
¤ For all other questions, or if you are a NEW STUDENT, please call to make an appointment.

Walk-In Registration sessions are for current students who need assistance registering for courses, have questions regarding webcampus or "My Degree Program".

Students with questions in other areas (ex. grad check, change of major, probation, etc.), including NEW STUDENTS should contact the Advising office to schedule an appointment.

Each session is scheduled to last for about 1 hour. Students interested in attending a walk-in registration session are encouraged to check in 10 minutes prior to the start of the desired session.

If you have questions, contact (302) 356-INFO or
advising@wilmu.edu

Wednesday, September 18, 2013
11:00 AM - 12:00 PM Walk-in Registration Session

¤ What classes should I take next?
¤ How do I register online?
¤
What classes do I have left?
¤ For all other questions, or if you are a NEW STUDENT, please call to make an appointment.

Walk-In Registration sessions are for current students who need assistance registering for courses, have questions regarding webcampus or "My Degree Program".

Students with questions in other areas (ex. grad check, change of major, probation, etc.), including NEW STUDENTS should contact the Advising office to schedule an appointment.

Each session is scheduled to last for about 1 hour. Students interested in attending a walk-in registration session are encouraged to check in 10 minutes prior to the start of the desired session.

If you have questions, contact (302) 356-INFO or
advising@wilmu.edu

4:00 PM - 5:00 PM Walk-in Registration Session

¤ What classes should I take next?
¤ How do I register online?
¤
What classes do I have left?
¤ For all other questions, or if you are a NEW STUDENT, please call to make an appointment.

Walk-In Registration sessions are for current students who need assistance registering for courses, have questions regarding webcampus or "My Degree Program".

Students with questions in other areas (ex. grad check, change of major, probation, etc.), including NEW STUDENTS should contact the Advising office to schedule an appointment.

Each session is scheduled to last for about 1 hour. Students interested in attending a walk-in registration session are encouraged to check in 10 minutes prior to the start of the desired session.

If you have questions, contact (302) 356-INFO or
advising@wilmu.edu

Thursday, September 19, 2013
11:00 AM - 12:00 PM Walk-in Registration Session

¤ What classes should I take next?
¤ How do I register online?
¤
What classes do I have left?
¤ For all other questions, or if you are a NEW STUDENT, please call to make an appointment.

Walk-In Registration sessions are for current students who need assistance registering for courses, have questions regarding webcampus or "My Degree Program".

Students with questions in other areas (ex. grad check, change of major, probation, etc.), including NEW STUDENTS should contact the Advising office to schedule an appointment.

Each session is scheduled to last for about 1 hour. Students interested in attending a walk-in registration session are encouraged to check in 10 minutes prior to the start of the desired session.

If you have questions, contact (302) 356-INFO or
advising@wilmu.edu

4:00 PM - 5:00 PM Walk-in Registration Session

¤ What classes should I take next?
¤ How do I register online?
¤
What classes do I have left?
¤ For all other questions, or if you are a NEW STUDENT, please call to make an appointment.

Walk-In Registration sessions are for current students who need assistance registering for courses, have questions regarding webcampus or "My Degree Program".

Students with questions in other areas (ex. grad check, change of major, probation, etc.), including NEW STUDENTS should contact the Advising office to schedule an appointment.

Each session is scheduled to last for about 1 hour. Students interested in attending a walk-in registration session are encouraged to check in 10 minutes prior to the start of the desired session.

If you have questions, contact (302) 356-INFO or
advising@wilmu.edu

Friday, September 20, 2013
1:00 PM - 2:00 PM Walk-in Registration Session

¤ What classes should I take next?
¤ How do I register online?
¤
What classes do I have left?
¤ For all other questions, or if you are a NEW STUDENT, please call to make an appointment.

Walk-In Registration sessions are for current students who need assistance registering for courses, have questions regarding webcampus or "My Degree Program".

Students with questions in other areas (ex. grad check, change of major, probation, etc.), including NEW STUDENTS should contact the Advising office to schedule an appointment.

Each session is scheduled to last for about 1 hour. Students interested in attending a walk-in registration session are encouraged to check in 10 minutes prior to the start of the desired session.

If you have questions, contact (302) 356-INFO or
advising@wilmu.edu

Monday, September 23, 2013
11:00 AM - 12:00 PM Walk-in Registration Session

¤ What classes should I take next?
¤ How do I register online?
¤
What classes do I have left?
¤ For all other questions, or if you are a NEW STUDENT, please call to make an appointment.

Walk-In Registration sessions are for current students who need assistance registering for courses, have questions regarding webcampus or "My Degree Program".

Students with questions in other areas (ex. grad check, change of major, probation, etc.), including NEW STUDENTS should contact the Advising office to schedule an appointment.

Each session is scheduled to last for about 1 hour. Students interested in attending a walk-in registration session are encouraged to check in 10 minutes prior to the start of the desired session.

If you have questions, contact (302) 356-INFO or
advising@wilmu.edu

4:00 PM - 5:00 PM Walk-in Registration Session

¤ What classes should I take next?
¤ How do I register online?
¤
What classes do I have left?
¤ For all other questions, or if you are a NEW STUDENT, please call to make an appointment.

Walk-In Registration sessions are for current students who need assistance registering for courses, have questions regarding webcampus or "My Degree Program".

Students with questions in other areas (ex. grad check, change of major, probation, etc.), including NEW STUDENTS should contact the Advising office to schedule an appointment.

Each session is scheduled to last for about 1 hour. Students interested in attending a walk-in registration session are encouraged to check in 10 minutes prior to the start of the desired session.

If you have questions, contact (302) 356-INFO or
advising@wilmu.edu

Tuesday, September 24, 2013
11:00 AM - 12:00 PM Walk-in Registration Session

¤ What classes should I take next?
¤ How do I register online?
¤
What classes do I have left?
¤ For all other questions, or if you are a NEW STUDENT, please call to make an appointment.

Walk-In Registration sessions are for current students who need assistance registering for courses, have questions regarding webcampus or "My Degree Program".

Students with questions in other areas (ex. grad check, change of major, probation, etc.), including NEW STUDENTS should contact the Advising office to schedule an appointment.

Each session is scheduled to last for about 1 hour. Students interested in attending a walk-in registration session are encouraged to check in 10 minutes prior to the start of the desired session.

If you have questions, contact (302) 356-INFO or
advising@wilmu.edu

4:00 PM - 5:00 PM Walk-in Registration Session

¤ What classes should I take next?
¤ How do I register online?
¤
What classes do I have left?
¤ For all other questions, or if you are a NEW STUDENT, please call to make an appointment.

Walk-In Registration sessions are for current students who need assistance registering for courses, have questions regarding webcampus or "My Degree Program".

Students with questions in other areas (ex. grad check, change of major, probation, etc.), including NEW STUDENTS should contact the Advising office to schedule an appointment.

Each session is scheduled to last for about 1 hour. Students interested in attending a walk-in registration session are encouraged to check in 10 minutes prior to the start of the desired session.

If you have questions, contact (302) 356-INFO or
advising@wilmu.edu

Wednesday, September 25, 2013
11:00 AM - 12:00 PM Walk-in Registration Session

¤ What classes should I take next?
¤ How do I register online?
¤
What classes do I have left?
¤ For all other questions, or if you are a NEW STUDENT, please call to make an appointment.

Walk-In Registration sessions are for current students who need assistance registering for courses, have questions regarding webcampus or "My Degree Program".

Students with questions in other areas (ex. grad check, change of major, probation, etc.), including NEW STUDENTS should contact the Advising office to schedule an appointment.

Each session is scheduled to last for about 1 hour. Students interested in attending a walk-in registration session are encouraged to check in 10 minutes prior to the start of the desired session.

If you have questions, contact (302) 356-INFO or
advising@wilmu.edu

4:00 PM - 5:00 PM Walk-in Registration Session

¤ What classes should I take next?
¤ How do I register online?
¤
What classes do I have left?
¤ For all other questions, or if you are a NEW STUDENT, please call to make an appointment.

Walk-In Registration sessions are for current students who need assistance registering for courses, have questions regarding webcampus or "My Degree Program".

Students with questions in other areas (ex. grad check, change of major, probation, etc.), including NEW STUDENTS should contact the Advising office to schedule an appointment.

Each session is scheduled to last for about 1 hour. Students interested in attending a walk-in registration session are encouraged to check in 10 minutes prior to the start of the desired session.

If you have questions, contact (302) 356-INFO or
advising@wilmu.edu

Thursday, September 26, 2013
11:00 AM - 12:00 PM Walk-in Registration Session

¤ What classes should I take next?
¤ How do I register online?
¤
What classes do I have left?
¤ For all other questions, or if you are a NEW STUDENT, please call to make an appointment.

Walk-In Registration sessions are for current students who need assistance registering for courses, have questions regarding webcampus or "My Degree Program".

Students with questions in other areas (ex. grad check, change of major, probation, etc.), including NEW STUDENTS should contact the Advising office to schedule an appointment.

Each session is scheduled to last for about 1 hour. Students interested in attending a walk-in registration session are encouraged to check in 10 minutes prior to the start of the desired session.

If you have questions, contact (302) 356-INFO or
advising@wilmu.edu

4:00 PM - 5:00 PM Walk-in Registration Session

¤ What classes should I take next?
¤ How do I register online?
¤
What classes do I have left?
¤ For all other questions, or if you are a NEW STUDENT, please call to make an appointment.

Walk-In Registration sessions are for current students who need assistance registering for courses, have questions regarding webcampus or "My Degree Program".

Students with questions in other areas (ex. grad check, change of major, probation, etc.), including NEW STUDENTS should contact the Advising office to schedule an appointment.

Each session is scheduled to last for about 1 hour. Students interested in attending a walk-in registration session are encouraged to check in 10 minutes prior to the start of the desired session.

If you have questions, contact (302) 356-INFO or
advising@wilmu.edu

Friday, September 27, 2013
1:00 PM - 2:00 PM Walk-in Registration Session

¤ What classes should I take next?
¤ How do I register online?
¤
What classes do I have left?
¤ For all other questions, or if you are a NEW STUDENT, please call to make an appointment.

Walk-In Registration sessions are for current students who need assistance registering for courses, have questions regarding webcampus or "My Degree Program".

Students with questions in other areas (ex. grad check, change of major, probation, etc.), including NEW STUDENTS should contact the Advising office to schedule an appointment.

Each session is scheduled to last for about 1 hour. Students interested in attending a walk-in registration session are encouraged to check in 10 minutes prior to the start of the desired session.

If you have questions, contact (302) 356-INFO or
advising@wilmu.edu

Monday, September 30, 2013
11:00 AM - 12:00 PM Walk-in Registration Session

¤ What classes should I take next?
¤ How do I register online?
¤
What classes do I have left?
¤ For all other questions, or if you are a NEW STUDENT, please call to make an appointment.

Walk-In Registration sessions are for current students who need assistance registering for courses, have questions regarding webcampus or "My Degree Program".

Students with questions in other areas (ex. grad check, change of major, probation, etc.), including NEW STUDENTS should contact the Advising office to schedule an appointment.

Each session is scheduled to last for about 1 hour. Students interested in attending a walk-in registration session are encouraged to check in 10 minutes prior to the start of the desired session.

If you have questions, contact (302) 356-INFO or
advising@wilmu.edu

4:00 PM - 5:00 PM Walk-in Registration Session

¤ What classes should I take next?
¤ How do I register online?
¤
What classes do I have left?
¤ For all other questions, or if you are a NEW STUDENT, please call to make an appointment.

Walk-In Registration sessions are for current students who need assistance registering for courses, have questions regarding webcampus or "My Degree Program".

Students with questions in other areas (ex. grad check, change of major, probation, etc.), including NEW STUDENTS should contact the Advising office to schedule an appointment.

Each session is scheduled to last for about 1 hour. Students interested in attending a walk-in registration session are encouraged to check in 10 minutes prior to the start of the desired session.

If you have questions, contact (302) 356-INFO or
advising@wilmu.edu

Tuesday, October 01, 2013
11:00 AM - 12:00 PM Walk-in Registration Session

¤ What classes should I take next?
¤ How do I register online?
¤
What classes do I have left?
¤ For all other questions, or if you are a NEW STUDENT, please call to make an appointment.

Walk-In Registration sessions are for current students who need assistance registering for courses, have questions regarding webcampus or "My Degree Program".

Students with questions in other areas (ex. grad check, change of major, probation, etc.), including NEW STUDENTS should contact the Advising office to schedule an appointment.

Each session is scheduled to last for about 1 hour. Students interested in attending a walk-in registration session are encouraged to check in 10 minutes prior to the start of the desired session.

If you have questions, contact (302) 356-INFO or
advising@wilmu.edu

4:00 PM - 5:00 PM Walk-in Registration Session

¤ What classes should I take next?
¤ How do I register online?
¤
What classes do I have left?
¤ For all other questions, or if you are a NEW STUDENT, please call to make an appointment.

Walk-In Registration sessions are for current students who need assistance registering for courses, have questions regarding webcampus or "My Degree Program".

Students with questions in other areas (ex. grad check, change of major, probation, etc.), including NEW STUDENTS should contact the Advising office to schedule an appointment.

Each session is scheduled to last for about 1 hour. Students interested in attending a walk-in registration session are encouraged to check in 10 minutes prior to the start of the desired session.

If you have questions, contact (302) 356-INFO or
advising@wilmu.edu

Wednesday, October 02, 2013
11:00 AM - 12:00 PM Walk-in Registration Session

¤ What classes should I take next?
¤ How do I register online?
¤
What classes do I have left?
¤ For all other questions, or if you are a NEW STUDENT, please call to make an appointment.

Walk-In Registration sessions are for current students who need assistance registering for courses, have questions regarding webcampus or "My Degree Program".

Students with questions in other areas (ex. grad check, change of major, probation, etc.), including NEW STUDENTS should contact the Advising office to schedule an appointment.

Each session is scheduled to last for about 1 hour. Students interested in attending a walk-in registration session are encouraged to check in 10 minutes prior to the start of the desired session.

If you have questions, contact (302) 356-INFO or
advising@wilmu.edu

4:00 PM - 5:00 PM Walk-in Registration Session

¤ What classes should I take next?
¤ How do I register online?
¤
What classes do I have left?
¤ For all other questions, or if you are a NEW STUDENT, please call to make an appointment.

Walk-In Registration sessions are for current students who need assistance registering for courses, have questions regarding webcampus or "My Degree Program".

Students with questions in other areas (ex. grad check, change of major, probation, etc.), including NEW STUDENTS should contact the Advising office to schedule an appointment.

Each session is scheduled to last for about 1 hour. Students interested in attending a walk-in registration session are encouraged to check in 10 minutes prior to the start of the desired session.

If you have questions, contact (302) 356-INFO or
advising@wilmu.edu

Thursday, October 03, 2013
11:00 AM - 12:00 PM Walk-in Registration Session

¤ What classes should I take next?
¤ How do I register online?
¤
What classes do I have left?
¤ For all other questions, or if you are a NEW STUDENT, please call to make an appointment.

Walk-In Registration sessions are for current students who need assistance registering for courses, have questions regarding webcampus or "My Degree Program".

Students with questions in other areas (ex. grad check, change of major, probation, etc.), including NEW STUDENTS should contact the Advising office to schedule an appointment.

Each session is scheduled to last for about 1 hour. Students interested in attending a walk-in registration session are encouraged to check in 10 minutes prior to the start of the desired session.

If you have questions, contact (302) 356-INFO or
advising@wilmu.edu

4:00 PM - 5:00 PM Walk-in Registration Session

¤ What classes should I take next?
¤ How do I register online?
¤
What classes do I have left?
¤ For all other questions, or if you are a NEW STUDENT, please call to make an appointment.

Walk-In Registration sessions are for current students who need assistance registering for courses, have questions regarding webcampus or "My Degree Program".

Students with questions in other areas (ex. grad check, change of major, probation, etc.), including NEW STUDENTS should contact the Advising office to schedule an appointment.

Each session is scheduled to last for about 1 hour. Students interested in attending a walk-in registration session are encouraged to check in 10 minutes prior to the start of the desired session.

If you have questions, contact (302) 356-INFO or
advising@wilmu.edu

Friday, October 04, 2013
1:00 PM - 2:00 PM Walk-in Registration Session

¤ What classes should I take next?
¤ How do I register online?
¤
What classes do I have left?
¤ For all other questions, or if you are a NEW STUDENT, please call to make an appointment.

Walk-In Registration sessions are for current students who need assistance registering for courses, have questions regarding webcampus or "My Degree Program".

Students with questions in other areas (ex. grad check, change of major, probation, etc.), including NEW STUDENTS should contact the Advising office to schedule an appointment.

Each session is scheduled to last for about 1 hour. Students interested in attending a walk-in registration session are encouraged to check in 10 minutes prior to the start of the desired session.

If you have questions, contact (302) 356-INFO or
advising@wilmu.edu

Monday, October 07, 2013
11:00 AM - 12:00 PM Walk-in Registration Session

¤ What classes should I take next?
¤ How do I register online?
¤
What classes do I have left?
¤ For all other questions, or if you are a NEW STUDENT, please call to make an appointment.

Walk-In Registration sessions are for current students who need assistance registering for courses, have questions regarding webcampus or "My Degree Program".

Students with questions in other areas (ex. grad check, change of major, probation, etc.), including NEW STUDENTS should contact the Advising office to schedule an appointment.

Each session is scheduled to last for about 1 hour. Students interested in attending a walk-in registration session are encouraged to check in 10 minutes prior to the start of the desired session.

If you have questions, contact (302) 356-INFO or
advising@wilmu.edu

4:00 PM - 5:00 PM Walk-in Registration Session

¤ What classes should I take next?
¤ How do I register online?
¤
What classes do I have left?
¤ For all other questions, or if you are a NEW STUDENT, please call to make an appointment.

Walk-In Registration sessions are for current students who need assistance registering for courses, have questions regarding webcampus or "My Degree Program".

Students with questions in other areas (ex. grad check, change of major, probation, etc.), including NEW STUDENTS should contact the Advising office to schedule an appointment.

Each session is scheduled to last for about 1 hour. Students interested in attending a walk-in registration session are encouraged to check in 10 minutes prior to the start of the desired session.

If you have questions, contact (302) 356-INFO or
advising@wilmu.edu

Tuesday, October 08, 2013
11:00 AM - 12:00 PM Walk-in Registration Session

¤ What classes should I take next?
¤ How do I register online?
¤
What classes do I have left?
¤ For all other questions, or if you are a NEW STUDENT, please call to make an appointment.

Walk-In Registration sessions are for current students who need assistance registering for courses, have questions regarding webcampus or "My Degree Program".

Students with questions in other areas (ex. grad check, change of major, probation, etc.), including NEW STUDENTS should contact the Advising office to schedule an appointment.

Each session is scheduled to last for about 1 hour. Students interested in attending a walk-in registration session are encouraged to check in 10 minutes prior to the start of the desired session.

If you have questions, contact (302) 356-INFO or
advising@wilmu.edu

4:00 PM - 5:00 PM Walk-in Registration Session

¤ What classes should I take next?
¤ How do I register online?
¤
What classes do I have left?
¤ For all other questions, or if you are a NEW STUDENT, please call to make an appointment.

Walk-In Registration sessions are for current students who need assistance registering for courses, have questions regarding webcampus or "My Degree Program".

Students with questions in other areas (ex. grad check, change of major, probation, etc.), including NEW STUDENTS should contact the Advising office to schedule an appointment.

Each session is scheduled to last for about 1 hour. Students interested in attending a walk-in registration session are encouraged to check in 10 minutes prior to the start of the desired session.

If you have questions, contact (302) 356-INFO or
advising@wilmu.edu

Wednesday, October 09, 2013
11:00 AM - 12:00 PM Walk-in Registration Session

¤ What classes should I take next?
¤ How do I register online?
¤
What classes do I have left?
¤ For all other questions, or if you are a NEW STUDENT, please call to make an appointment.

Walk-In Registration sessions are for current students who need assistance registering for courses, have questions regarding webcampus or "My Degree Program".

Students with questions in other areas (ex. grad check, change of major, probation, etc.), including NEW STUDENTS should contact the Advising office to schedule an appointment.

Each session is scheduled to last for about 1 hour. Students interested in attending a walk-in registration session are encouraged to check in 10 minutes prior to the start of the desired session.

If you have questions, contact (302) 356-INFO or
advising@wilmu.edu

4:00 PM - 5:00 PM Walk-in Registration Session

¤ What classes should I take next?
¤ How do I register online?
¤
What classes do I have left?
¤ For all other questions, or if you are a NEW STUDENT, please call to make an appointment.

Walk-In Registration sessions are for current students who need assistance registering for courses, have questions regarding webcampus or "My Degree Program".

Students with questions in other areas (ex. grad check, change of major, probation, etc.), including NEW STUDENTS should contact the Advising office to schedule an appointment.

Each session is scheduled to last for about 1 hour. Students interested in attending a walk-in registration session are encouraged to check in 10 minutes prior to the start of the desired session.

If you have questions, contact (302) 356-INFO or
advising@wilmu.edu

Thursday, October 10, 2013
11:00 AM - 12:00 PM Walk-in Registration Session

¤ What classes should I take next?
¤ How do I register online?
¤
What classes do I have left?
¤ For all other questions, or if you are a NEW STUDENT, please call to make an appointment.

Walk-In Registration sessions are for current students who need assistance registering for courses, have questions regarding webcampus or "My Degree Program".

Students with questions in other areas (ex. grad check, change of major, probation, etc.), including NEW STUDENTS should contact the Advising office to schedule an appointment.

Each session is scheduled to last for about 1 hour. Students interested in attending a walk-in registration session are encouraged to check in 10 minutes prior to the start of the desired session.

If you have questions, contact (302) 356-INFO or
advising@wilmu.edu

4:00 PM - 5:00 PM Walk-in Registration Session

¤ What classes should I take next?
¤ How do I register online?
¤
What classes do I have left?
¤ For all other questions, or if you are a NEW STUDENT, please call to make an appointment.

Walk-In Registration sessions are for current students who need assistance registering for courses, have questions regarding webcampus or "My Degree Program".

Students with questions in other areas (ex. grad check, change of major, probation, etc.), including NEW STUDENTS should contact the Advising office to schedule an appointment.

Each session is scheduled to last for about 1 hour. Students interested in attending a walk-in registration session are encouraged to check in 10 minutes prior to the start of the desired session.

If you have questions, contact (302) 356-INFO or
advising@wilmu.edu

Friday, October 11, 2013
1:00 PM - 2:00 PM Walk-in Registration Session

¤ What classes should I take next?
¤ How do I register online?
¤
What classes do I have left?
¤ For all other questions, or if you are a NEW STUDENT, please call to make an appointment.

Walk-In Registration sessions are for current students who need assistance registering for courses, have questions regarding webcampus or "My Degree Program".

Students with questions in other areas (ex. grad check, change of major, probation, etc.), including NEW STUDENTS should contact the Advising office to schedule an appointment.

Each session is scheduled to last for about 1 hour. Students interested in attending a walk-in registration session are encouraged to check in 10 minutes prior to the start of the desired session.

If you have questions, contact (302) 356-INFO or
advising@wilmu.edu

Monday, October 14, 2013
11:00 AM - 12:00 PM Walk-in Registration Session

¤ What classes should I take next?
¤ How do I register online?
¤
What classes do I have left?
¤ For all other questions, or if you are a NEW STUDENT, please call to make an appointment.

Walk-In Registration sessions are for current students who need assistance registering for courses, have questions regarding webcampus or "My Degree Program".

Students with questions in other areas (ex. grad check, change of major, probation, etc.), including NEW STUDENTS should contact the Advising office to schedule an appointment.

Each session is scheduled to last for about 1 hour. Students interested in attending a walk-in registration session are encouraged to check in 10 minutes prior to the start of the desired session.

If you have questions, contact (302) 356-INFO or
advising@wilmu.edu

4:00 PM - 5:00 PM Walk-in Registration Session

¤ What classes should I take next?
¤ How do I register online?
¤
What classes do I have left?
¤ For all other questions, or if you are a NEW STUDENT, please call to make an appointment.

Walk-In Registration sessions are for current students who need assistance registering for courses, have questions regarding webcampus or "My Degree Program".

Students with questions in other areas (ex. grad check, change of major, probation, etc.), including NEW STUDENTS should contact the Advising office to schedule an appointment.

Each session is scheduled to last for about 1 hour. Students interested in attending a walk-in registration session are encouraged to check in 10 minutes prior to the start of the desired session.

If you have questions, contact (302) 356-INFO or
advising@wilmu.edu

Tuesday, October 15, 2013
11:00 AM - 12:00 PM Walk-in Registration Session

¤ What classes should I take next?
¤ How do I register online?
¤
What classes do I have left?
¤ For all other questions, or if you are a NEW STUDENT, please call to make an appointment.

Walk-In Registration sessions are for current students who need assistance registering for courses, have questions regarding webcampus or "My Degree Program".

Students with questions in other areas (ex. grad check, change of major, probation, etc.), including NEW STUDENTS should contact the Advising office to schedule an appointment.

Each session is scheduled to last for about 1 hour. Students interested in attending a walk-in registration session are encouraged to check in 10 minutes prior to the start of the desired session.

If you have questions, contact (302) 356-INFO or
advising@wilmu.edu

4:00 PM - 5:00 PM Walk-in Registration Session

¤ What classes should I take next?
¤ How do I register online?
¤
What classes do I have left?
¤ For all other questions, or if you are a NEW STUDENT, please call to make an appointment.

Walk-In Registration sessions are for current students who need assistance registering for courses, have questions regarding webcampus or "My Degree Program".

Students with questions in other areas (ex. grad check, change of major, probation, etc.), including NEW STUDENTS should contact the Advising office to schedule an appointment.

Each session is scheduled to last for about 1 hour. Students interested in attending a walk-in registration session are encouraged to check in 10 minutes prior to the start of the desired session.

If you have questions, contact (302) 356-INFO or
advising@wilmu.edu

Wednesday, October 16, 2013
11:00 AM - 12:00 PM Walk-in Registration Session

¤ What classes should I take next?
¤ How do I register online?
¤
What classes do I have left?
¤ For all other questions, or if you are a NEW STUDENT, please call to make an appointment.

Walk-In Registration sessions are for current students who need assistance registering for courses, have questions regarding webcampus or "My Degree Program".

Students with questions in other areas (ex. grad check, change of major, probation, etc.), including NEW STUDENTS should contact the Advising office to schedule an appointment.

Each session is scheduled to last for about 1 hour. Students interested in attending a walk-in registration session are encouraged to check in 10 minutes prior to the start of the desired session.

If you have questions, contact (302) 356-INFO or
advising@wilmu.edu

4:00 PM - 5:00 PM Walk-in Registration Session

¤ What classes should I take next?
¤ How do I register online?
¤
What classes do I have left?
¤ For all other questions, or if you are a NEW STUDENT, please call to make an appointment.

Walk-In Registration sessions are for current students who need assistance registering for courses, have questions regarding webcampus or "My Degree Program".

Students with questions in other areas (ex. grad check, change of major, probation, etc.), including NEW STUDENTS should contact the Advising office to schedule an appointment.

Each session is scheduled to last for about 1 hour. Students interested in attending a walk-in registration session are encouraged to check in 10 minutes prior to the start of the desired session.

If you have questions, contact (302) 356-INFO or
advising@wilmu.edu

Thursday, October 17, 2013
11:00 AM - 12:00 PM Walk-in Registration Session

¤ What classes should I take next?
¤ How do I register online?
¤
What classes do I have left?
¤ For all other questions, or if you are a NEW STUDENT, please call to make an appointment.

Walk-In Registration sessions are for current students who need assistance registering for courses, have questions regarding webcampus or "My Degree Program".

Students with questions in other areas (ex. grad check, change of major, probation, etc.), including NEW STUDENTS should contact the Advising office to schedule an appointment.

Each session is scheduled to last for about 1 hour. Students interested in attending a walk-in registration session are encouraged to check in 10 minutes prior to the start of the desired session.

If you have questions, contact (302) 356-INFO or
advising@wilmu.edu

4:00 PM - 5:00 PM Walk-in Registration Session

¤ What classes should I take next?
¤ How do I register online?
¤
What classes do I have left?
¤ For all other questions, or if you are a NEW STUDENT, please call to make an appointment.

Walk-In Registration sessions are for current students who need assistance registering for courses, have questions regarding webcampus or "My Degree Program".

Students with questions in other areas (ex. grad check, change of major, probation, etc.), including NEW STUDENTS should contact the Advising office to schedule an appointment.

Each session is scheduled to last for about 1 hour. Students interested in attending a walk-in registration session are encouraged to check in 10 minutes prior to the start of the desired session.

If you have questions, contact (302) 356-INFO or
advising@wilmu.edu

Friday, October 18, 2013
1:00 PM - 2:00 PM Walk-in Registration Session

¤ What classes should I take next?
¤ How do I register online?
¤
What classes do I have left?
¤ For all other questions, or if you are a NEW STUDENT, please call to make an appointment.

Walk-In Registration sessions are for current students who need assistance registering for courses, have questions regarding webcampus or "My Degree Program".

Students with questions in other areas (ex. grad check, change of major, probation, etc.), including NEW STUDENTS should contact the Advising office to schedule an appointment.

Each session is scheduled to last for about 1 hour. Students interested in attending a walk-in registration session are encouraged to check in 10 minutes prior to the start of the desired session.

If you have questions, contact (302) 356-INFO or
advising@wilmu.edu

Monday, October 21, 2013
11:00 AM - 12:00 PM Walk-in Registration Session

¤ What classes should I take next?
¤ How do I register online?
¤
What classes do I have left?
¤ For all other questions, or if you are a NEW STUDENT, please call to make an appointment.

Walk-In Registration sessions are for current students who need assistance registering for courses, have questions regarding webcampus or "My Degree Program".

Students with questions in other areas (ex. grad check, change of major, probation, etc.), including NEW STUDENTS should contact the Advising office to schedule an appointment.

Each session is scheduled to last for about 1 hour. Students interested in attending a walk-in registration session are encouraged to check in 10 minutes prior to the start of the desired session.

If you have questions, contact (302) 356-INFO or
advising@wilmu.edu

4:00 PM - 5:00 PM Walk-in Registration Session

¤ What classes should I take next?
¤ How do I register online?
¤
What classes do I have left?
¤ For all other questions, or if you are a NEW STUDENT, please call to make an appointment.

Walk-In Registration sessions are for current students who need assistance registering for courses, have questions regarding webcampus or "My Degree Program".

Students with questions in other areas (ex. grad check, change of major, probation, etc.), including NEW STUDENTS should contact the Advising office to schedule an appointment.

Each session is scheduled to last for about 1 hour. Students interested in attending a walk-in registration session are encouraged to check in 10 minutes prior to the start of the desired session.

If you have questions, contact (302) 356-INFO or
advising@wilmu.edu

Wednesday, October 23, 2013
11:00 AM - 12:00 PM Walk-in Registration Session

¤ What classes should I take next?
¤ How do I register online?
¤
What classes do I have left?
¤ For all other questions, or if you are a NEW STUDENT, please call to make an appointment.

Walk-In Registration sessions are for current students who need assistance registering for courses, have questions regarding webcampus or "My Degree Program".

Students with questions in other areas (ex. grad check, change of major, probation, etc.), including NEW STUDENTS should contact the Advising office to schedule an appointment.

Each session is scheduled to last for about 1 hour. Students interested in attending a walk-in registration session are encouraged to check in 10 minutes prior to the start of the desired session.

If you have questions, contact (302) 356-INFO or
advising@wilmu.edu

4:00 PM - 5:00 PM Walk-in Registration Session

¤ What classes should I take next?
¤ How do I register online?
¤
What classes do I have left?
¤ For all other questions, or if you are a NEW STUDENT, please call to make an appointment.

Walk-In Registration sessions are for current students who need assistance registering for courses, have questions regarding webcampus or "My Degree Program".

Students with questions in other areas (ex. grad check, change of major, probation, etc.), including NEW STUDENTS should contact the Advising office to schedule an appointment.

Each session is scheduled to last for about 1 hour. Students interested in attending a walk-in registration session are encouraged to check in 10 minutes prior to the start of the desired session.

If you have questions, contact (302) 356-INFO or
advising@wilmu.edu

Thursday, October 24, 2013
11:00 AM - 12:00 PM Walk-in Registration Session

¤ What classes should I take next?
¤ How do I register online?
¤
What classes do I have left?
¤ For all other questions, or if you are a NEW STUDENT, please call to make an appointment.

Walk-In Registration sessions are for current students who need assistance registering for courses, have questions regarding webcampus or "My Degree Program".

Students with questions in other areas (ex. grad check, change of major, probation, etc.), including NEW STUDENTS should contact the Advising office to schedule an appointment.

Each session is scheduled to last for about 1 hour. Students interested in attending a walk-in registration session are encouraged to check in 10 minutes prior to the start of the desired session.

If you have questions, contact (302) 356-INFO or
advising@wilmu.edu

4:00 PM - 5:00 PM Walk-in Registration Session

¤ What classes should I take next?
¤ How do I register online?
¤
What classes do I have left?
¤ For all other questions, or if you are a NEW STUDENT, please call to make an appointment.

Walk-In Registration sessions are for current students who need assistance registering for courses, have questions regarding webcampus or "My Degree Program".

Students with questions in other areas (ex. grad check, change of major, probation, etc.), including NEW STUDENTS should contact the Advising office to schedule an appointment.

Each session is scheduled to last for about 1 hour. Students interested in attending a walk-in registration session are encouraged to check in 10 minutes prior to the start of the desired session.

If you have questions, contact (302) 356-INFO or
advising@wilmu.edu

Friday, October 25, 2013
1:00 PM - 2:00 PM Walk-in Registration Session

¤ What classes should I take next?
¤ How do I register online?
¤
What classes do I have left?
¤ For all other questions, or if you are a NEW STUDENT, please call to make an appointment.

Walk-In Registration sessions are for current students who need assistance registering for courses, have questions regarding webcampus or "My Degree Program".

Students with questions in other areas (ex. grad check, change of major, probation, etc.), including NEW STUDENTS should contact the Advising office to schedule an appointment.

Each session is scheduled to last for about 1 hour. Students interested in attending a walk-in registration session are encouraged to check in 10 minutes prior to the start of the desired session.

If you have questions, contact (302) 356-INFO or
advising@wilmu.edu

Monday, October 28, 2013
11:00 AM - 12:00 PM Walk-in Registration Session

¤ What classes should I take next?
¤ How do I register online?
¤
What classes do I have left?
¤ For all other questions, or if you are a NEW STUDENT, please call to make an appointment.

Walk-In Registration sessions are for current students who need assistance registering for courses, have questions regarding webcampus or "My Degree Program".

Students with questions in other areas (ex. grad check, change of major, probation, etc.), including NEW STUDENTS should contact the Advising office to schedule an appointment.

Each session is scheduled to last for about 1 hour. Students interested in attending a walk-in registration session are encouraged to check in 10 minutes prior to the start of the desired session.

If you have questions, contact (302) 356-INFO or
advising@wilmu.edu

4:00 PM - 5:00 PM Walk-in Registration Session

¤ What classes should I take next?
¤ How do I register online?
¤
What classes do I have left?
¤ For all other questions, or if you are a NEW STUDENT, please call to make an appointment.

Walk-In Registration sessions are for current students who need assistance registering for courses, have questions regarding webcampus or "My Degree Program".

Students with questions in other areas (ex. grad check, change of major, probation, etc.), including NEW STUDENTS should contact the Advising office to schedule an appointment.

Each session is scheduled to last for about 1 hour. Students interested in attending a walk-in registration session are encouraged to check in 10 minutes prior to the start of the desired session.

If you have questions, contact (302) 356-INFO or
advising@wilmu.edu

Tuesday, October 29, 2013
11:00 AM - 12:00 PM Walk-in Registration Session

¤ What classes should I take next?
¤ How do I register online?
¤
What classes do I have left?
¤ For all other questions, or if you are a NEW STUDENT, please call to make an appointment.

Walk-In Registration sessions are for current students who need assistance registering for courses, have questions regarding webcampus or "My Degree Program".

Students with questions in other areas (ex. grad check, change of major, probation, etc.), including NEW STUDENTS should contact the Advising office to schedule an appointment.

Each session is scheduled to last for about 1 hour. Students interested in attending a walk-in registration session are encouraged to check in 10 minutes prior to the start of the desired session.

If you have questions, contact (302) 356-INFO or
advising@wilmu.edu

4:00 PM - 5:00 PM Walk-in Registration Session

¤ What classes should I take next?
¤ How do I register online?
¤
What classes do I have left?
¤ For all other questions, or if you are a NEW STUDENT, please call to make an appointment.

Walk-In Registration sessions are for current students who need assistance registering for courses, have questions regarding webcampus or "My Degree Program".

Students with questions in other areas (ex. grad check, change of major, probation, etc.), including NEW STUDENTS should contact the Advising office to schedule an appointment.

Each session is scheduled to last for about 1 hour. Students interested in attending a walk-in registration session are encouraged to check in 10 minutes prior to the start of the desired session.

If you have questions, contact (302) 356-INFO or
advising@wilmu.edu

Wednesday, October 30, 2013
11:00 AM - 12:00 PM Walk-in Registration Session

¤ What classes should I take next?
¤ How do I register online?
¤
What classes do I have left?
¤ For all other questions, or if you are a NEW STUDENT, please call to make an appointment.

Walk-In Registration sessions are for current students who need assistance registering for courses, have questions regarding webcampus or "My Degree Program".

Students with questions in other areas (ex. grad check, change of major, probation, etc.), including NEW STUDENTS should contact the Advising office to schedule an appointment.

Each session is scheduled to last for about 1 hour. Students interested in attending a walk-in registration session are encouraged to check in 10 minutes prior to the start of the desired session.

If you have questions, contact (302) 356-INFO or
advising@wilmu.edu

4:00 PM - 5:00 PM Walk-in Registration Session

¤ What classes should I take next?
¤ How do I register online?
¤
What classes do I have left?
¤ For all other questions, or if you are a NEW STUDENT, please call to make an appointment.

Walk-In Registration sessions are for current students who need assistance registering for courses, have questions regarding webcampus or "My Degree Program".

Students with questions in other areas (ex. grad check, change of major, probation, etc.), including NEW STUDENTS should contact the Advising office to schedule an appointment.

Each session is scheduled to last for about 1 hour. Students interested in attending a walk-in registration session are encouraged to check in 10 minutes prior to the start of the desired session.

If you have questions, contact (302) 356-INFO or
advising@wilmu.edu

Thursday, October 31, 2013
11:00 AM - 12:00 PM Walk-in Registration Session

¤ What classes should I take next?
¤ How do I register online?
¤
What classes do I have left?
¤ For all other questions, or if you are a NEW STUDENT, please call to make an appointment.

Walk-In Registration sessions are for current students who need assistance registering for courses, have questions regarding webcampus or "My Degree Program".

Students with questions in other areas (ex. grad check, change of major, probation, etc.), including NEW STUDENTS should contact the Advising office to schedule an appointment.

Each session is scheduled to last for about 1 hour. Students interested in attending a walk-in registration session are encouraged to check in 10 minutes prior to the start of the desired session.

If you have questions, contact (302) 356-INFO or
advising@wilmu.edu

4:00 PM - 5:00 PM Walk-in Registration Session

¤ What classes should I take next?
¤ How do I register online?
¤
What classes do I have left?
¤ For all other questions, or if you are a NEW STUDENT, please call to make an appointment.

Walk-In Registration sessions are for current students who need assistance registering for courses, have questions regarding webcampus or "My Degree Program".

Students with questions in other areas (ex. grad check, change of major, probation, etc.), including NEW STUDENTS should contact the Advising office to schedule an appointment.

Each session is scheduled to last for about 1 hour. Students interested in attending a walk-in registration session are encouraged to check in 10 minutes prior to the start of the desired session.

If you have questions, contact (302) 356-INFO or
advising@wilmu.edu

Friday, November 01, 2013
1:00 PM - 2:00 PM Walk-in Registration Session

¤ What classes should I take next?
¤ How do I register online?
¤
What classes do I have left?
¤ For all other questions, or if you are a NEW STUDENT, please call to make an appointment.

Walk-In Registration sessions are for current students who need assistance registering for courses, have questions regarding webcampus or "My Degree Program".

Students with questions in other areas (ex. grad check, change of major, probation, etc.), including NEW STUDENTS should contact the Advising office to schedule an appointment.

Each session is scheduled to last for about 1 hour. Students interested in attending a walk-in registration session are encouraged to check in 10 minutes prior to the start of the desired session.

If you have questions, contact (302) 356-INFO or
advising@wilmu.edu

Monday, November 04, 2013
11:00 AM - 12:00 PM Walk-in Registration Session

¤ What classes should I take next?
¤ How do I register online?
¤
What classes do I have left?
¤ For all other questions, or if you are a NEW STUDENT, please call to make an appointment.

Walk-In Registration sessions are for current students who need assistance registering for courses, have questions regarding webcampus or "My Degree Program".

Students with questions in other areas (ex. grad check, change of major, probation, etc.), including NEW STUDENTS should contact the Advising office to schedule an appointment.

Each session is scheduled to last for about 1 hour. Students interested in attending a walk-in registration session are encouraged to check in 10 minutes prior to the start of the desired session.

If you have questions, contact (302) 356-INFO or
advising@wilmu.edu

4:00 PM - 5:00 PM Walk-in Registration Session

¤ What classes should I take next?
¤ How do I register online?
¤
What classes do I have left?
¤ For all other questions, or if you are a NEW STUDENT, please call to make an appointment.

Walk-In Registration sessions are for current students who need assistance registering for courses, have questions regarding webcampus or "My Degree Program".

Students with questions in other areas (ex. grad check, change of major, probation, etc.), including NEW STUDENTS should contact the Advising office to schedule an appointment.

Each session is scheduled to last for about 1 hour. Students interested in attending a walk-in registration session are encouraged to check in 10 minutes prior to the start of the desired session.

If you have questions, contact (302) 356-INFO or
advising@wilmu.edu

Wednesday, November 06, 2013
11:00 AM - 12:00 PM Walk-in Registration Session

¤ What classes should I take next?
¤ How do I register online?
¤
What classes do I have left?
¤ For all other questions, or if you are a NEW STUDENT, please call to make an appointment.

Walk-In Registration sessions are for current students who need assistance registering for courses, have questions regarding webcampus or "My Degree Program".

Students with questions in other areas (ex. grad check, change of major, probation, etc.), including NEW STUDENTS should contact the Advising office to schedule an appointment.

Each session is scheduled to last for about 1 hour. Students interested in attending a walk-in registration session are encouraged to check in 10 minutes prior to the start of the desired session.

If you have questions, contact (302) 356-INFO or
advising@wilmu.edu

4:00 PM - 5:00 PM Walk-in Registration Session

¤ What classes should I take next?
¤ How do I register online?
¤
What classes do I have left?
¤ For all other questions, or if you are a NEW STUDENT, please call to make an appointment.

Walk-In Registration sessions are for current students who need assistance registering for courses, have questions regarding webcampus or "My Degree Program".

Students with questions in other areas (ex. grad check, change of major, probation, etc.), including NEW STUDENTS should contact the Advising office to schedule an appointment.

Each session is scheduled to last for about 1 hour. Students interested in attending a walk-in registration session are encouraged to check in 10 minutes prior to the start of the desired session.

If you have questions, contact (302) 356-INFO or
advising@wilmu.edu

Thursday, November 07, 2013
11:00 AM - 12:00 PM Walk-in Registration Session

¤ What classes should I take next?
¤ How do I register online?
¤
What classes do I have left?
¤ For all other questions, or if you are a NEW STUDENT, please call to make an appointment.

Walk-In Registration sessions are for current students who need assistance registering for courses, have questions regarding webcampus or "My Degree Program".

Students with questions in other areas (ex. grad check, change of major, probation, etc.), including NEW STUDENTS should contact the Advising office to schedule an appointment.

Each session is scheduled to last for about 1 hour. Students interested in attending a walk-in registration session are encouraged to check in 10 minutes prior to the start of the desired session.

If you have questions, contact (302) 356-INFO or
advising@wilmu.edu

4:00 PM - 5:00 PM Walk-in Registration Session

¤ What classes should I take next?
¤ How do I register online?
¤
What classes do I have left?
¤ For all other questions, or if you are a NEW STUDENT, please call to make an appointment.

Walk-In Registration sessions are for current students who need assistance registering for courses, have questions regarding webcampus or "My Degree Program".

Students with questions in other areas (ex. grad check, change of major, probation, etc.), including NEW STUDENTS should contact the Advising office to schedule an appointment.

Each session is scheduled to last for about 1 hour. Students interested in attending a walk-in registration session are encouraged to check in 10 minutes prior to the start of the desired session.

If you have questions, contact (302) 356-INFO or
advising@wilmu.edu

Friday, November 08, 2013
1:00 PM - 2:00 PM Walk-in Registration Session

¤ What classes should I take next?
¤ How do I register online?
¤
What classes do I have left?
¤ For all other questions, or if you are a NEW STUDENT, please call to make an appointment.

Walk-In Registration sessions are for current students who need assistance registering for courses, have questions regarding webcampus or "My Degree Program".

Students with questions in other areas (ex. grad check, change of major, probation, etc.), including NEW STUDENTS should contact the Advising office to schedule an appointment.

Each session is scheduled to last for about 1 hour. Students interested in attending a walk-in registration session are encouraged to check in 10 minutes prior to the start of the desired session.

If you have questions, contact (302) 356-INFO or
advising@wilmu.edu

Monday, November 11, 2013
11:00 AM - 12:00 PM Walk-in Registration Session

¤ What classes should I take next?
¤ How do I register online?
¤
What classes do I have left?
¤ For all other questions, or if you are a NEW STUDENT, please call to make an appointment.

Walk-In Registration sessions are for current students who need assistance registering for courses, have questions regarding webcampus or "My Degree Program".

Students with questions in other areas (ex. grad check, change of major, probation, etc.), including NEW STUDENTS should contact the Advising office to schedule an appointment.

Each session is scheduled to last for about 1 hour. Students interested in attending a walk-in registration session are encouraged to check in 10 minutes prior to the start of the desired session.

If you have questions, contact (302) 356-INFO or
advising@wilmu.edu

4:00 PM - 5:00 PM Walk-in Registration Session

¤ What classes should I take next?
¤ How do I register online?
¤
What classes do I have left?
¤ For all other questions, or if you are a NEW STUDENT, please call to make an appointment.

Walk-In Registration sessions are for current students who need assistance registering for courses, have questions regarding webcampus or "My Degree Program".

Students with questions in other areas (ex. grad check, change of major, probation, etc.), including NEW STUDENTS should contact the Advising office to schedule an appointment.

Each session is scheduled to last for about 1 hour. Students interested in attending a walk-in registration session are encouraged to check in 10 minutes prior to the start of the desired session.

If you have questions, contact (302) 356-INFO or
advising@wilmu.edu

Tuesday, November 12, 2013
11:00 AM - 12:00 PM Walk-in Registration Session

¤ What classes should I take next?
¤ How do I register online?
¤
What classes do I have left?
¤ For all other questions, or if you are a NEW STUDENT, please call to make an appointment.

Walk-In Registration sessions are for current students who need assistance registering for courses, have questions regarding webcampus or "My Degree Program".

Students with questions in other areas (ex. grad check, change of major, probation, etc.), including NEW STUDENTS should contact the Advising office to schedule an appointment.

Each session is scheduled to last for about 1 hour. Students interested in attending a walk-in registration session are encouraged to check in 10 minutes prior to the start of the desired session.

If you have questions, contact (302) 356-INFO or
advising@wilmu.edu

4:00 PM - 5:00 PM Walk-in Registration Session

¤ What classes should I take next?
¤ How do I register online?
¤
What classes do I have left?
¤ For all other questions, or if you are a NEW STUDENT, please call to make an appointment.

Walk-In Registration sessions are for current students who need assistance registering for courses, have questions regarding webcampus or "My Degree Program".

Students with questions in other areas (ex. grad check, change of major, probation, etc.), including NEW STUDENTS should contact the Advising office to schedule an appointment.

Each session is scheduled to last for about 1 hour. Students interested in attending a walk-in registration session are encouraged to check in 10 minutes prior to the start of the desired session.

If you have questions, contact (302) 356-INFO or
advising@wilmu.edu

Wednesday, November 13, 2013
11:00 AM - 12:00 PM Walk-in Registration Session

¤ What classes should I take next?
¤ How do I register online?
¤
What classes do I have left?
¤ For all other questions, or if you are a NEW STUDENT, please call to make an appointment.

Walk-In Registration sessions are for current students who need assistance registering for courses, have questions regarding webcampus or "My Degree Program".

Students with questions in other areas (ex. grad check, change of major, probation, etc.), including NEW STUDENTS should contact the Advising office to schedule an appointment.

Each session is scheduled to last for about 1 hour. Students interested in attending a walk-in registration session are encouraged to check in 10 minutes prior to the start of the desired session.

If you have questions, contact (302) 356-INFO or
advising@wilmu.edu

4:00 PM - 5:00 PM Walk-in Registration Session

¤ What classes should I take next?
¤ How do I register online?
¤
What classes do I have left?
¤ For all other questions, or if you are a NEW STUDENT, please call to make an appointment.

Walk-In Registration sessions are for current students who need assistance registering for courses, have questions regarding webcampus or "My Degree Program".

Students with questions in other areas (ex. grad check, change of major, probation, etc.), including NEW STUDENTS should contact the Advising office to schedule an appointment.

Each session is scheduled to last for about 1 hour. Students interested in attending a walk-in registration session are encouraged to check in 10 minutes prior to the start of the desired session.

If you have questions, contact (302) 356-INFO or
advising@wilmu.edu

Thursday, November 14, 2013
11:00 AM - 12:00 PM Walk-in Registration Session

¤ What classes should I take next?
¤ How do I register online?
¤
What classes do I have left?
¤ For all other questions, or if you are a NEW STUDENT, please call to make an appointment.

Walk-In Registration sessions are for current students who need assistance registering for courses, have questions regarding webcampus or "My Degree Program".

Students with questions in other areas (ex. grad check, change of major, probation, etc.), including NEW STUDENTS should contact the Advising office to schedule an appointment.

Each session is scheduled to last for about 1 hour. Students interested in attending a walk-in registration session are encouraged to check in 10 minutes prior to the start of the desired session.

If you have questions, contact (302) 356-INFO or
advising@wilmu.edu

4:00 PM - 5:00 PM Walk-in Registration Session

¤ What classes should I take next?
¤ How do I register online?
¤
What classes do I have left?
¤ For all other questions, or if you are a NEW STUDENT, please call to make an appointment.

Walk-In Registration sessions are for current students who need assistance registering for courses, have questions regarding webcampus or "My Degree Program".

Students with questions in other areas (ex. grad check, change of major, probation, etc.), including NEW STUDENTS should contact the Advising office to schedule an appointment.

Each session is scheduled to last for about 1 hour. Students interested in attending a walk-in registration session are encouraged to check in 10 minutes prior to the start of the desired session.

If you have questions, contact (302) 356-INFO or
advising@wilmu.edu

Friday, November 15, 2013
1:00 PM - 2:00 PM Walk-in Registration Session

¤ What classes should I take next?
¤ How do I register online?
¤
What classes do I have left?
¤ For all other questions, or if you are a NEW STUDENT, please call to make an appointment.

Walk-In Registration sessions are for current students who need assistance registering for courses, have questions regarding webcampus or "My Degree Program".

Students with questions in other areas (ex. grad check, change of major, probation, etc.), including NEW STUDENTS should contact the Advising office to schedule an appointment.

Each session is scheduled to last for about 1 hour. Students interested in attending a walk-in registration session are encouraged to check in 10 minutes prior to the start of the desired session.

If you have questions, contact (302) 356-INFO or
advising@wilmu.edu

Monday, November 18, 2013
11:00 AM - 12:00 PM Walk-in Registration Session

¤ What classes should I take next?
¤ How do I register online?
¤
What classes do I have left?
¤ For all other questions, or if you are a NEW STUDENT, please call to make an appointment.

Walk-In Registration sessions are for current students who need assistance registering for courses, have questions regarding webcampus or "My Degree Program".

Students with questions in other areas (ex. grad check, change of major, probation, etc.), including NEW STUDENTS should contact the Advising office to schedule an appointment.

Each session is scheduled to last for about 1 hour. Students interested in attending a walk-in registration session are encouraged to check in 10 minutes prior to the start of the desired session.

If you have questions, contact (302) 356-INFO or
advising@wilmu.edu

4:00 PM - 5:00 PM Walk-in Registration Session

¤ What classes should I take next?
¤ How do I register online?
¤
What classes do I have left?
¤ For all other questions, or if you are a NEW STUDENT, please call to make an appointment.

Walk-In Registration sessions are for current students who need assistance registering for courses, have questions regarding webcampus or "My Degree Program".

Students with questions in other areas (ex. grad check, change of major, probation, etc.), including NEW STUDENTS should contact the Advising office to schedule an appointment.

Each session is scheduled to last for about 1 hour. Students interested in attending a walk-in registration session are encouraged to check in 10 minutes prior to the start of the desired session.

If you have questions, contact (302) 356-INFO or
advising@wilmu.edu

Tuesday, November 19, 2013
11:00 AM - 12:00 PM Walk-in Registration Session

¤ What classes should I take next?
¤ How do I register online?
¤
What classes do I have left?
¤ For all other questions, or if you are a NEW STUDENT, please call to make an appointment.

Walk-In Registration sessions are for current students who need assistance registering for courses, have questions regarding webcampus or "My Degree Program".

Students with questions in other areas (ex. grad check, change of major, probation, etc.), including NEW STUDENTS should contact the Advising office to schedule an appointment.

Each session is scheduled to last for about 1 hour. Students interested in attending a walk-in registration session are encouraged to check in 10 minutes prior to the start of the desired session.

If you have questions, contact (302) 356-INFO or
advising@wilmu.edu

4:00 PM - 5:00 PM Walk-in Registration Session

¤ What classes should I take next?
¤ How do I register online?
¤
What classes do I have left?
¤ For all other questions, or if you are a NEW STUDENT, please call to make an appointment.

Walk-In Registration sessions are for current students who need assistance registering for courses, have questions regarding webcampus or "My Degree Program".

Students with questions in other areas (ex. grad check, change of major, probation, etc.), including NEW STUDENTS should contact the Advising office to schedule an appointment.

Each session is scheduled to last for about 1 hour. Students interested in attending a walk-in registration session are encouraged to check in 10 minutes prior to the start of the desired session.

If you have questions, contact (302) 356-INFO or
advising@wilmu.edu

Thursday, November 21, 2013
11:00 AM - 12:00 PM Walk-in Registration Session

¤ What classes should I take next?
¤ How do I register online?
¤
What classes do I have left?
¤ For all other questions, or if you are a NEW STUDENT, please call to make an appointment.

Walk-In Registration sessions are for current students who need assistance registering for courses, have questions regarding webcampus or "My Degree Program".

Students with questions in other areas (ex. grad check, change of major, probation, etc.), including NEW STUDENTS should contact the Advising office to schedule an appointment.

Each session is scheduled to last for about 1 hour. Students interested in attending a walk-in registration session are encouraged to check in 10 minutes prior to the start of the desired session.

If you have questions, contact (302) 356-INFO or
advising@wilmu.edu

4:00 PM - 5:00 PM Walk-in Registration Session

¤ What classes should I take next?
¤ How do I register online?
¤
What classes do I have left?
¤ For all other questions, or if you are a NEW STUDENT, please call to make an appointment.

Walk-In Registration sessions are for current students who need assistance registering for courses, have questions regarding webcampus or "My Degree Program".

Students with questions in other areas (ex. grad check, change of major, probation, etc.), including NEW STUDENTS should contact the Advising office to schedule an appointment.

Each session is scheduled to last for about 1 hour. Students interested in attending a walk-in registration session are encouraged to check in 10 minutes prior to the start of the desired session.

If you have questions, contact (302) 356-INFO or
advising@wilmu.edu

Friday, November 22, 2013
1:00 PM - 2:00 PM Walk-in Registration Session

¤ What classes should I take next?
¤ How do I register online?
¤
What classes do I have left?
¤ For all other questions, or if you are a NEW STUDENT, please call to make an appointment.

Walk-In Registration sessions are for current students who need assistance registering for courses, have questions regarding webcampus or "My Degree Program".

Students with questions in other areas (ex. grad check, change of major, probation, etc.), including NEW STUDENTS should contact the Advising office to schedule an appointment.

Each session is scheduled to last for about 1 hour. Students interested in attending a walk-in registration session are encouraged to check in 10 minutes prior to the start of the desired session.

If you have questions, contact (302) 356-INFO or
advising@wilmu.edu

Monday, November 25, 2013
11:00 AM - 12:00 PM Walk-in Registration Session

¤ What classes should I take next?
¤ How do I register online?
¤
What classes do I have left?
¤ For all other questions, or if you are a NEW STUDENT, please call to make an appointment.

Walk-In Registration sessions are for current students who need assistance registering for courses, have questions regarding webcampus or "My Degree Program".

Students with questions in other areas (ex. grad check, change of major, probation, etc.), including NEW STUDENTS should contact the Advising office to schedule an appointment.

Each session is scheduled to last for about 1 hour. Students interested in attending a walk-in registration session are encouraged to check in 10 minutes prior to the start of the desired session.

If you have questions, contact (302) 356-INFO or
advising@wilmu.edu

4:00 PM - 5:00 PM Walk-in Registration Session

¤ What classes should I take next?
¤ How do I register online?
¤
What classes do I have left?
¤ For all other questions, or if you are a NEW STUDENT, please call to make an appointment.

Walk-In Registration sessions are for current students who need assistance registering for courses, have questions regarding webcampus or "My Degree Program".

Students with questions in other areas (ex. grad check, change of major, probation, etc.), including NEW STUDENTS should contact the Advising office to schedule an appointment.

Each session is scheduled to last for about 1 hour. Students interested in attending a walk-in registration session are encouraged to check in 10 minutes prior to the start of the desired session.

If you have questions, contact (302) 356-INFO or
advising@wilmu.edu

Tuesday, November 26, 2013
11:00 AM - 12:00 PM Walk-in Registration Session

¤ What classes should I take next?
¤ How do I register online?
¤
What classes do I have left?
¤ For all other questions, or if you are a NEW STUDENT, please call to make an appointment.

Walk-In Registration sessions are for current students who need assistance registering for courses, have questions regarding webcampus or "My Degree Program".

Students with questions in other areas (ex. grad check, change of major, probation, etc.), including NEW STUDENTS should contact the Advising office to schedule an appointment.

Each session is scheduled to last for about 1 hour. Students interested in attending a walk-in registration session are encouraged to check in 10 minutes prior to the start of the desired session.

If you have questions, contact (302) 356-INFO or
advising@wilmu.edu

4:00 PM - 5:00 PM Walk-in Registration Session

¤ What classes should I take next?
¤ How do I register online?
¤
What classes do I have left?
¤ For all other questions, or if you are a NEW STUDENT, please call to make an appointment.

Walk-In Registration sessions are for current students who need assistance registering for courses, have questions regarding webcampus or "My Degree Program".

Students with questions in other areas (ex. grad check, change of major, probation, etc.), including NEW STUDENTS should contact the Advising office to schedule an appointment.

Each session is scheduled to last for about 1 hour. Students interested in attending a walk-in registration session are encouraged to check in 10 minutes prior to the start of the desired session.

If you have questions, contact (302) 356-INFO or
advising@wilmu.edu

Wednesday, November 27, 2013
11:00 AM - 12:00 PM Walk-in Registration Session

¤ What classes should I take next?
¤ How do I register online?
¤
What classes do I have left?
¤ For all other questions, or if you are a NEW STUDENT, please call to make an appointment.

Walk-In Registration sessions are for current students who need assistance registering for courses, have questions regarding webcampus or "My Degree Program".

Students with questions in other areas (ex. grad check, change of major, probation, etc.), including NEW STUDENTS should contact the Advising office to schedule an appointment.

Each session is scheduled to last for about 1 hour. Students interested in attending a walk-in registration session are encouraged to check in 10 minutes prior to the start of the desired session.

If you have questions, contact (302) 356-INFO or
advising@wilmu.edu

4:00 PM - 5:00 PM Walk-in Registration Session

¤ What classes should I take next?
¤ How do I register online?
¤
What classes do I have left?
¤ For all other questions, or if you are a NEW STUDENT, please call to make an appointment.

Walk-In Registration sessions are for current students who need assistance registering for courses, have questions regarding webcampus or "My Degree Program".

Students with questions in other areas (ex. grad check, change of major, probation, etc.), including NEW STUDENTS should contact the Advising office to schedule an appointment.

Each session is scheduled to last for about 1 hour. Students interested in attending a walk-in registration session are encouraged to check in 10 minutes prior to the start of the desired session.

If you have questions, contact (302) 356-INFO or
advising@wilmu.edu

Thursday, November 28, 2013
11:00 AM - 12:00 PM Walk-in Registration Session

¤ What classes should I take next?
¤ How do I register online?
¤
What classes do I have left?
¤ For all other questions, or if you are a NEW STUDENT, please call to make an appointment.

Walk-In Registration sessions are for current students who need assistance registering for courses, have questions regarding webcampus or "My Degree Program".

Students with questions in other areas (ex. grad check, change of major, probation, etc.), including NEW STUDENTS should contact the Advising office to schedule an appointment.

Each session is scheduled to last for about 1 hour. Students interested in attending a walk-in registration session are encouraged to check in 10 minutes prior to the start of the desired session.

If you have questions, contact (302) 356-INFO or
advising@wilmu.edu

4:00 PM - 5:00 PM Walk-in Registration Session

¤ What classes should I take next?
¤ How do I register online?
¤
What classes do I have left?
¤ For all other questions, or if you are a NEW STUDENT, please call to make an appointment.

Walk-In Registration sessions are for current students who need assistance registering for courses, have questions regarding webcampus or "My Degree Program".

Students with questions in other areas (ex. grad check, change of major, probation, etc.), including NEW STUDENTS should contact the Advising office to schedule an appointment.

Each session is scheduled to last for about 1 hour. Students interested in attending a walk-in registration session are encouraged to check in 10 minutes prior to the start of the desired session.

If you have questions, contact (302) 356-INFO or
advising@wilmu.edu

Monday, December 02, 2013
11:00 AM - 12:00 PM Walk-in Registration Session

¤ What classes should I take next?
¤ How do I register online?
¤
What classes do I have left?
¤ For all other questions, or if you are a NEW STUDENT, please call to make an appointment.

Walk-In Registration sessions are for current students who need assistance registering for courses, have questions regarding webcampus or "My Degree Program".

Students with questions in other areas (ex. grad check, change of major, probation, etc.), including NEW STUDENTS should contact the Advising office to schedule an appointment.

Each session is scheduled to last for about 1 hour. Students interested in attending a walk-in registration session are encouraged to check in 10 minutes prior to the start of the desired session.

If you have questions, contact (302) 356-INFO or
advising@wilmu.edu

4:00 PM - 5:00 PM Walk-in Registration Session

¤ What classes should I take next?
¤ How do I register online?
¤
What classes do I have left?
¤ For all other questions, or if you are a NEW STUDENT, please call to make an appointment.

Walk-In Registration sessions are for current students who need assistance registering for courses, have questions regarding webcampus or "My Degree Program".

Students with questions in other areas (ex. grad check, change of major, probation, etc.), including NEW STUDENTS should contact the Advising office to schedule an appointment.

Each session is scheduled to last for about 1 hour. Students interested in attending a walk-in registration session are encouraged to check in 10 minutes prior to the start of the desired session.

If you have questions, contact (302) 356-INFO or
advising@wilmu.edu

Tuesday, December 03, 2013
11:00 AM - 12:00 PM Walk-in Registration Session

¤ What classes should I take next?
¤ How do I register online?
¤
What classes do I have left?
¤ For all other questions, or if you are a NEW STUDENT, please call to make an appointment.

Walk-In Registration sessions are for current students who need assistance registering for courses, have questions regarding webcampus or "My Degree Program".

Students with questions in other areas (ex. grad check, change of major, probation, etc.), including NEW STUDENTS should contact the Advising office to schedule an appointment.

Each session is scheduled to last for about 1 hour. Students interested in attending a walk-in registration session are encouraged to check in 10 minutes prior to the start of the desired session.

If you have questions, contact (302) 356-INFO or
advising@wilmu.edu

4:00 PM - 5:00 PM Walk-in Registration Session

¤ What classes should I take next?
¤ How do I register online?
¤
What classes do I have left?
¤ For all other questions, or if you are a NEW STUDENT, please call to make an appointment.

Walk-In Registration sessions are for current students who need assistance registering for courses, have questions regarding webcampus or "My Degree Program".

Students with questions in other areas (ex. grad check, change of major, probation, etc.), including NEW STUDENTS should contact the Advising office to schedule an appointment.

Each session is scheduled to last for about 1 hour. Students interested in attending a walk-in registration session are encouraged to check in 10 minutes prior to the start of the desired session.

If you have questions, contact (302) 356-INFO or
advising@wilmu.edu

Thursday, December 05, 2013
11:00 AM - 12:00 PM Walk-in Registration Session

¤ What classes should I take next?
¤ How do I register online?
¤
What classes do I have left?
¤ For all other questions, or if you are a NEW STUDENT, please call to make an appointment.

Walk-In Registration sessions are for current students who need assistance registering for courses, have questions regarding webcampus or "My Degree Program".

Students with questions in other areas (ex. grad check, change of major, probation, etc.), including NEW STUDENTS should contact the Advising office to schedule an appointment.

Each session is scheduled to last for about 1 hour. Students interested in attending a walk-in registration session are encouraged to check in 10 minutes prior to the start of the desired session.

If you have questions, contact (302) 356-INFO or
advising@wilmu.edu

4:00 PM - 5:00 PM Walk-in Registration Session

¤ What classes should I take next?
¤ How do I register online?
¤
What classes do I have left?
¤ For all other questions, or if you are a NEW STUDENT, please call to make an appointment.

Walk-In Registration sessions are for current students who need assistance registering for courses, have questions regarding webcampus or "My Degree Program".

Students with questions in other areas (ex. grad check, change of major, probation, etc.), including NEW STUDENTS should contact the Advising office to schedule an appointment.

Each session is scheduled to last for about 1 hour. Students interested in attending a walk-in registration session are encouraged to check in 10 minutes prior to the start of the desired session.

If you have questions, contact (302) 356-INFO or
advising@wilmu.edu

Friday, December 06, 2013
1:00 PM - 2:00 PM Walk-in Registration Session

¤ What classes should I take next?
¤ How do I register online?
¤
What classes do I have left?
¤ For all other questions, or if you are a NEW STUDENT, please call to make an appointment.

Walk-In Registration sessions are for current students who need assistance registering for courses, have questions regarding webcampus or "My Degree Program".

Students with questions in other areas (ex. grad check, change of major, probation, etc.), including NEW STUDENTS should contact the Advising office to schedule an appointment.

Each session is scheduled to last for about 1 hour. Students interested in attending a walk-in registration session are encouraged to check in 10 minutes prior to the start of the desired session.

If you have questions, contact (302) 356-INFO or
advising@wilmu.edu

Monday, December 09, 2013
11:00 AM - 12:00 PM Walk-in Registration Session

¤ What classes should I take next?
¤ How do I register online?
¤
What classes do I have left?
¤ For all other questions, or if you are a NEW STUDENT, please call to make an appointment.

Walk-In Registration sessions are for current students who need assistance registering for courses, have questions regarding webcampus or "My Degree Program".

Students with questions in other areas (ex. grad check, change of major, probation, etc.), including NEW STUDENTS should contact the Advising office to schedule an appointment.

Each session is scheduled to last for about 1 hour. Students interested in attending a walk-in registration session are encouraged to check in 10 minutes prior to the start of the desired session.

If you have questions, contact (302) 356-INFO or
advising@wilmu.edu

4:00 PM - 5:00 PM Walk-in Registration Session

¤ What classes should I take next?
¤ How do I register online?
¤
What classes do I have left?
¤ For all other questions, or if you are a NEW STUDENT, please call to make an appointment.

Walk-In Registration sessions are for current students who need assistance registering for courses, have questions regarding webcampus or "My Degree Program".

Students with questions in other areas (ex. grad check, change of major, probation, etc.), including NEW STUDENTS should contact the Advising office to schedule an appointment.

Each session is scheduled to last for about 1 hour. Students interested in attending a walk-in registration session are encouraged to check in 10 minutes prior to the start of the desired session.

If you have questions, contact (302) 356-INFO or
advising@wilmu.edu

Tuesday, December 10, 2013
11:00 AM - 12:00 PM Walk-in Registration Session

¤ What classes should I take next?
¤ How do I register online?
¤
What classes do I have left?
¤ For all other questions, or if you are a NEW STUDENT, please call to make an appointment.

Walk-In Registration sessions are for current students who need assistance registering for courses, have questions regarding webcampus or "My Degree Program".

Students with questions in other areas (ex. grad check, change of major, probation, etc.), including NEW STUDENTS should contact the Advising office to schedule an appointment.

Each session is scheduled to last for about 1 hour. Students interested in attending a walk-in registration session are encouraged to check in 10 minutes prior to the start of the desired session.

If you have questions, contact (302) 356-INFO or
advising@wilmu.edu

4:00 PM - 5:00 PM Walk-in Registration Session

¤ What classes should I take next?
¤ How do I register online?
¤
What classes do I have left?
¤ For all other questions, or if you are a NEW STUDENT, please call to make an appointment.

Walk-In Registration sessions are for current students who need assistance registering for courses, have questions regarding webcampus or "My Degree Program".

Students with questions in other areas (ex. grad check, change of major, probation, etc.), including NEW STUDENTS should contact the Advising office to schedule an appointment.

Each session is scheduled to last for about 1 hour. Students interested in attending a walk-in registration session are encouraged to check in 10 minutes prior to the start of the desired session.

If you have questions, contact (302) 356-INFO or
advising@wilmu.edu

Wednesday, December 11, 2013
11:00 AM - 12:00 PM Walk-in Registration Session

¤ What classes should I take next?
¤ How do I register online?
¤
What classes do I have left?
¤ For all other questions, or if you are a NEW STUDENT, please call to make an appointment.

Walk-In Registration sessions are for current students who need assistance registering for courses, have questions regarding webcampus or "My Degree Program".

Students with questions in other areas (ex. grad check, change of major, probation, etc.), including NEW STUDENTS should contact the Advising office to schedule an appointment.

Each session is scheduled to last for about 1 hour. Students interested in attending a walk-in registration session are encouraged to check in 10 minutes prior to the start of the desired session.

If you have questions, contact (302) 356-INFO or
advising@wilmu.edu

4:00 PM - 5:00 PM Walk-in Registration Session

¤ What classes should I take next?
¤ How do I register online?
¤
What classes do I have left?
¤ For all other questions, or if you are a NEW STUDENT, please call to make an appointment.

Walk-In Registration sessions are for current students who need assistance registering for courses, have questions regarding webcampus or "My Degree Program".

Students with questions in other areas (ex. grad check, change of major, probation, etc.), including NEW STUDENTS should contact the Advising office to schedule an appointment.

Each session is scheduled to last for about 1 hour. Students interested in attending a walk-in registration session are encouraged to check in 10 minutes prior to the start of the desired session.

If you have questions, contact (302) 356-INFO or
advising@wilmu.edu

Thursday, December 12, 2013
11:00 AM - 12:00 PM Walk-in Registration Session

¤ What classes should I take next?
¤ How do I register online?
¤
What classes do I have left?
¤ For all other questions, or if you are a NEW STUDENT, please call to make an appointment.

Walk-In Registration sessions are for current students who need assistance registering for courses, have questions regarding webcampus or "My Degree Program".

Students with questions in other areas (ex. grad check, change of major, probation, etc.), including NEW STUDENTS should contact the Advising office to schedule an appointment.

Each session is scheduled to last for about 1 hour. Students interested in attending a walk-in registration session are encouraged to check in 10 minutes prior to the start of the desired session.

If you have questions, contact (302) 356-INFO or
advising@wilmu.edu

4:00 PM - 5:00 PM Walk-in Registration Session

¤ What classes should I take next?
¤ How do I register online?
¤
What classes do I have left?
¤ For all other questions, or if you are a NEW STUDENT, please call to make an appointment.

Walk-In Registration sessions are for current students who need assistance registering for courses, have questions regarding webcampus or "My Degree Program".

Students with questions in other areas (ex. grad check, change of major, probation, etc.), including NEW STUDENTS should contact the Advising office to schedule an appointment.

Each session is scheduled to last for about 1 hour. Students interested in attending a walk-in registration session are encouraged to check in 10 minutes prior to the start of the desired session.

If you have questions, contact (302) 356-INFO or
advising@wilmu.edu

Friday, December 13, 2013
1:00 PM - 2:00 PM Walk-in Registration Session

¤ What classes should I take next?
¤ How do I register online?
¤
What classes do I have left?
¤ For all other questions, or if you are a NEW STUDENT, please call to make an appointment.

Walk-In Registration sessions are for current students who need assistance registering for courses, have questions regarding webcampus or "My Degree Program".

Students with questions in other areas (ex. grad check, change of major, probation, etc.), including NEW STUDENTS should contact the Advising office to schedule an appointment.

Each session is scheduled to last for about 1 hour. Students interested in attending a walk-in registration session are encouraged to check in 10 minutes prior to the start of the desired session.

If you have questions, contact (302) 356-INFO or
advising@wilmu.edu

Monday, December 16, 2013
11:00 AM - 12:00 PM Walk-in Registration Session

¤ What classes should I take next?
¤ How do I register online?
¤
What classes do I have left?
¤ For all other questions, or if you are a NEW STUDENT, please call to make an appointment.

Walk-In Registration sessions are for current students who need assistance registering for courses, have questions regarding webcampus or "My Degree Program".

Students with questions in other areas (ex. grad check, change of major, probation, etc.), including NEW STUDENTS should contact the Advising office to schedule an appointment.

Each session is scheduled to last for about 1 hour. Students interested in attending a walk-in registration session are encouraged to check in 10 minutes prior to the start of the desired session.

If you have questions, contact (302) 356-INFO or
advising@wilmu.edu

4:00 PM - 5:00 PM Walk-in Registration Session

¤ What classes should I take next?
¤ How do I register online?
¤
What classes do I have left?
¤ For all other questions, or if you are a NEW STUDENT, please call to make an appointment.

Walk-In Registration sessions are for current students who need assistance registering for courses, have questions regarding webcampus or "My Degree Program".

Students with questions in other areas (ex. grad check, change of major, probation, etc.), including NEW STUDENTS should contact the Advising office to schedule an appointment.

Each session is scheduled to last for about 1 hour. Students interested in attending a walk-in registration session are encouraged to check in 10 minutes prior to the start of the desired session.

If you have questions, contact (302) 356-INFO or
advising@wilmu.edu

Tuesday, December 17, 2013
4:00 PM - 5:00 PM Walk-in Registration Session

¤ What classes should I take next?
¤ How do I register online?
¤
What classes do I have left?
¤ For all other questions, or if you are a NEW STUDENT, please call to make an appointment.

Walk-In Registration sessions are for current students who need assistance registering for courses, have questions regarding webcampus or "My Degree Program".

Students with questions in other areas (ex. grad check, change of major, probation, etc.), including NEW STUDENTS should contact the Advising office to schedule an appointment.

Each session is scheduled to last for about 1 hour. Students interested in attending a walk-in registration session are encouraged to check in 10 minutes prior to the start of the desired session.

If you have questions, contact (302) 356-INFO or
advising@wilmu.edu

Wednesday, December 18, 2013
11:00 AM - 12:00 PM Walk-in Registration Session

¤ What classes should I take next?
¤ How do I register online?
¤
What classes do I have left?
¤ For all other questions, or if you are a NEW STUDENT, please call to make an appointment.

Walk-In Registration sessions are for current students who need assistance registering for courses, have questions regarding webcampus or "My Degree Program".

Students with questions in other areas (ex. grad check, change of major, probation, etc.), including NEW STUDENTS should contact the Advising office to schedule an appointment.

Each session is scheduled to last for about 1 hour. Students interested in attending a walk-in registration session are encouraged to check in 10 minutes prior to the start of the desired session.

If you have questions, contact (302) 356-INFO or
advising@wilmu.edu

4:00 PM - 5:00 PM Walk-in Registration Session

¤ What classes should I take next?
¤ How do I register online?
¤
What classes do I have left?
¤ For all other questions, or if you are a NEW STUDENT, please call to make an appointment.

Walk-In Registration sessions are for current students who need assistance registering for courses, have questions regarding webcampus or "My Degree Program".

Students with questions in other areas (ex. grad check, change of major, probation, etc.), including NEW STUDENTS should contact the Advising office to schedule an appointment.

Each session is scheduled to last for about 1 hour. Students interested in attending a walk-in registration session are encouraged to check in 10 minutes prior to the start of the desired session.

If you have questions, contact (302) 356-INFO or
advising@wilmu.edu

Thursday, December 19, 2013
11:00 AM - 12:00 PM Walk-in Registration Session

¤ What classes should I take next?
¤ How do I register online?
¤
What classes do I have left?
¤ For all other questions, or if you are a NEW STUDENT, please call to make an appointment.

Walk-In Registration sessions are for current students who need assistance registering for courses, have questions regarding webcampus or "My Degree Program".

Students with questions in other areas (ex. grad check, change of major, probation, etc.), including NEW STUDENTS should contact the Advising office to schedule an appointment.

Each session is scheduled to last for about 1 hour. Students interested in attending a walk-in registration session are encouraged to check in 10 minutes prior to the start of the desired session.

If you have questions, contact (302) 356-INFO or
advising@wilmu.edu

4:00 PM - 5:00 PM Walk-in Registration Session

¤ What classes should I take next?
¤ How do I register online?
¤
What classes do I have left?
¤ For all other questions, or if you are a NEW STUDENT, please call to make an appointment.

Walk-In Registration sessions are for current students who need assistance registering for courses, have questions regarding webcampus or "My Degree Program".

Students with questions in other areas (ex. grad check, change of major, probation, etc.), including NEW STUDENTS should contact the Advising office to schedule an appointment.

Each session is scheduled to last for about 1 hour. Students interested in attending a walk-in registration session are encouraged to check in 10 minutes prior to the start of the desired session.

If you have questions, contact (302) 356-INFO or
advising@wilmu.edu

Friday, December 20, 2013
1:00 PM - 2:00 PM Walk-in Registration Session

¤ What classes should I take next?
¤ How do I register online?
¤
What classes do I have left?
¤ For all other questions, or if you are a NEW STUDENT, please call to make an appointment.

Walk-In Registration sessions are for current students who need assistance registering for courses, have questions regarding webcampus or "My Degree Program".

Students with questions in other areas (ex. grad check, change of major, probation, etc.), including NEW STUDENTS should contact the Advising office to schedule an appointment.

Each session is scheduled to last for about 1 hour. Students interested in attending a walk-in registration session are encouraged to check in 10 minutes prior to the start of the desired session.

If you have questions, contact (302) 356-INFO or
advising@wilmu.edu

Monday, January 06, 2014
11:00 AM - 12:00 PM Walk-in Registration Session

¤ What classes should I take next?
¤ How do I register online?
¤
What classes do I have left?
¤ For all other questions, or if you are a NEW STUDENT, please call to make an appointment.

Walk-In Registration sessions are for current students who need assistance registering for courses, have questions regarding webcampus or "My Degree Program".

Students with questions in other areas (ex. grad check, change of major, probation, etc.), including NEW STUDENTS should contact the Advising office to schedule an appointment.

Each session is scheduled to last for about 1 hour. Students interested in attending a walk-in registration session are encouraged to check in 10 minutes prior to the start of the desired session.

If you have questions, contact (302) 356-INFO or
advising@wilmu.edu

1:00 PM - 2:00 PM Walk-in Registration Session

¤ What classes should I take next?
¤ How do I register online?
¤
What classes do I have left?
¤ For all other questions, or if you are a NEW STUDENT, please call to make an appointment.

Walk-In Registration sessions are for current students who need assistance registering for courses, have questions regarding webcampus or "My Degree Program".

Students with questions in other areas (ex. grad check, change of major, probation, etc.), including NEW STUDENTS should contact the Advising office to schedule an appointment.

Each session is scheduled to last for about 1 hour. Students interested in attending a walk-in registration session are encouraged to check in 10 minutes prior to the start of the desired session.

If you have questions, contact (302) 356-INFO or
advising@wilmu.edu

4:00 PM - 5:00 PM Walk-in Registration Session

¤ What classes should I take next?
¤ How do I register online?
¤
What classes do I have left?
¤ For all other questions, or if you are a NEW STUDENT, please call to make an appointment.

Walk-In Registration sessions are for current students who need assistance registering for courses, have questions regarding webcampus or "My Degree Program".

Students with questions in other areas (ex. grad check, change of major, probation, etc.), including NEW STUDENTS should contact the Advising office to schedule an appointment.

Each session is scheduled to last for about 1 hour. Students interested in attending a walk-in registration session are encouraged to check in 10 minutes prior to the start of the desired session.

If you have questions, contact (302) 356-INFO or
advising@wilmu.edu

Tuesday, January 07, 2014
11:00 AM - 12:00 PM Walk-in Registration Session

¤ What classes should I take next?
¤ How do I register online?
¤
What classes do I have left?
¤ For all other questions, or if you are a NEW STUDENT, please call to make an appointment.

Walk-In Registration sessions are for current students who need assistance registering for courses, have questions regarding webcampus or "My Degree Program".

Students with questions in other areas (ex. grad check, change of major, probation, etc.), including NEW STUDENTS should contact the Advising office to schedule an appointment.

Each session is scheduled to last for about 1 hour. Students interested in attending a walk-in registration session are encouraged to check in 10 minutes prior to the start of the desired session.

If you have questions, contact (302) 356-INFO or
advising@wilmu.edu

1:00 PM - 2:00 PM Walk-in Registration Session

¤ What classes should I take next?
¤ How do I register online?
¤
What classes do I have left?
¤ For all other questions, or if you are a NEW STUDENT, please call to make an appointment.

Walk-In Registration sessions are for current students who need assistance registering for courses, have questions regarding webcampus or "My Degree Program".

Students with questions in other areas (ex. grad check, change of major, probation, etc.), including NEW STUDENTS should contact the Advising office to schedule an appointment.

Each session is scheduled to last for about 1 hour. Students interested in attending a walk-in registration session are encouraged to check in 10 minutes prior to the start of the desired session.

If you have questions, contact (302) 356-INFO or
advising@wilmu.edu

4:00 PM - 5:00 PM Walk-in Registration Session

¤ What classes should I take next?
¤ How do I register online?
¤
What classes do I have left?
¤ For all other questions, or if you are a NEW STUDENT, please call to make an appointment.

Walk-In Registration sessions are for current students who need assistance registering for courses, have questions regarding webcampus or "My Degree Program".

Students with questions in other areas (ex. grad check, change of major, probation, etc.), including NEW STUDENTS should contact the Advising office to schedule an appointment.

Each session is scheduled to last for about 1 hour. Students interested in attending a walk-in registration session are encouraged to check in 10 minutes prior to the start of the desired session.

If you have questions, contact (302) 356-INFO or
advising@wilmu.edu

Wednesday, January 08, 2014
11:00 AM - 12:00 PM Walk-in Registration Session

¤ What classes should I take next?
¤ How do I register online?
¤
What classes do I have left?
¤ For all other questions, or if you are a NEW STUDENT, please call to make an appointment.

Walk-In Registration sessions are for current students who need assistance registering for courses, have questions regarding webcampus or "My Degree Program".

Students with questions in other areas (ex. grad check, change of major, probation, etc.), including NEW STUDENTS should contact the Advising office to schedule an appointment.

Each session is scheduled to last for about 1 hour. Students interested in attending a walk-in registration session are encouraged to check in 10 minutes prior to the start of the desired session.

If you have questions, contact (302) 356-INFO or
advising@wilmu.edu

1:00 PM - 2:00 PM Walk-in Registration Session

¤ What classes should I take next?
¤ How do I register online?
¤
What classes do I have left?
¤ For all other questions, or if you are a NEW STUDENT, please call to make an appointment.

Walk-In Registration sessions are for current students who need assistance registering for courses, have questions regarding webcampus or "My Degree Program".

Students with questions in other areas (ex. grad check, change of major, probation, etc.), including NEW STUDENTS should contact the Advising office to schedule an appointment.

Each session is scheduled to last for about 1 hour. Students interested in attending a walk-in registration session are encouraged to check in 10 minutes prior to the start of the desired session.

If you have questions, contact (302) 356-INFO or
advising@wilmu.edu

4:00 PM - 5:00 PM Walk-in Registration Session

¤ What classes should I take next?
¤ How do I register online?
¤
What classes do I have left?
¤ For all other questions, or if you are a NEW STUDENT, please call to make an appointment.

Walk-In Registration sessions are for current students who need assistance registering for courses, have questions regarding webcampus or "My Degree Program".

Students with questions in other areas (ex. grad check, change of major, probation, etc.), including NEW STUDENTS should contact the Advising office to schedule an appointment.

Each session is scheduled to last for about 1 hour. Students interested in attending a walk-in registration session are encouraged to check in 10 minutes prior to the start of the desired session.

If you have questions, contact (302) 356-INFO or
advising@wilmu.edu

Thursday, January 09, 2014
11:00 AM - 12:00 PM Walk-in Registration Session

¤ What classes should I take next?
¤ How do I register online?
¤
What classes do I have left?
¤ For all other questions, or if you are a NEW STUDENT, please call to make an appointment.

Walk-In Registration sessions are for current students who need assistance registering for courses, have questions regarding webcampus or "My Degree Program".

Students with questions in other areas (ex. grad check, change of major, probation, etc.), including NEW STUDENTS should contact the Advising office to schedule an appointment.

Each session is scheduled to last for about 1 hour. Students interested in attending a walk-in registration session are encouraged to check in 10 minutes prior to the start of the desired session.

If you have questions, contact (302) 356-INFO or
advising@wilmu.edu

1:00 PM - 2:00 PM Walk-in Registration Session

¤ What classes should I take next?
¤ How do I register online?
¤
What classes do I have left?
¤ For all other questions, or if you are a NEW STUDENT, please call to make an appointment.

Walk-In Registration sessions are for current students who need assistance registering for courses, have questions regarding webcampus or "My Degree Program".

Students with questions in other areas (ex. grad check, change of major, probation, etc.), including NEW STUDENTS should contact the Advising office to schedule an appointment.

Each session is scheduled to last for about 1 hour. Students interested in attending a walk-in registration session are encouraged to check in 10 minutes prior to the start of the desired session.

If you have questions, contact (302) 356-INFO or
advising@wilmu.edu

4:00 PM - 5:00 PM Walk-in Registration Session

¤ What classes should I take next?
¤ How do I register online?
¤
What classes do I have left?
¤ For all other questions, or if you are a NEW STUDENT, please call to make an appointment.

Walk-In Registration sessions are for current students who need assistance registering for courses, have questions regarding webcampus or "My Degree Program".

Students with questions in other areas (ex. grad check, change of major, probation, etc.), including NEW STUDENTS should contact the Advising office to schedule an appointment.

Each session is scheduled to last for about 1 hour. Students interested in attending a walk-in registration session are encouraged to check in 10 minutes prior to the start of the desired session.

If you have questions, contact (302) 356-INFO or
advising@wilmu.edu

Friday, January 10, 2014
1:00 PM - 2:00 PM Walk-in Registration Session

¤ What classes should I take next?
¤ How do I register online?
¤
What classes do I have left?
¤ For all other questions, or if you are a NEW STUDENT, please call to make an appointment.

Walk-In Registration sessions are for current students who need assistance registering for courses, have questions regarding webcampus or "My Degree Program".

Students with questions in other areas (ex. grad check, change of major, probation, etc.), including NEW STUDENTS should contact the Advising office to schedule an appointment.

Each session is scheduled to last for about 1 hour. Students interested in attending a walk-in registration session are encouraged to check in 10 minutes prior to the start of the desired session.

If you have questions, contact (302) 356-INFO or
advising@wilmu.edu

Monday, January 13, 2014
11:00 AM - 12:00 PM Walk-in Registration Session

¤ What classes should I take next?
¤ How do I register online?
¤
What classes do I have left?
¤ For all other questions, or if you are a NEW STUDENT, please call to make an appointment.

Walk-In Registration sessions are for current students who need assistance registering for courses, have questions regarding webcampus or "My Degree Program".

Students with questions in other areas (ex. grad check, change of major, probation, etc.), including NEW STUDENTS should contact the Advising office to schedule an appointment.

Each session is scheduled to last for about 1 hour. Students interested in attending a walk-in registration session are encouraged to check in 10 minutes prior to the start of the desired session.

If you have questions, contact (302) 356-INFO or
advising@wilmu.edu

1:00 PM - 2:00 PM Walk-in Registration Session

¤ What classes should I take next?
¤ How do I register online?
¤
What classes do I have left?
¤ For all other questions, or if you are a NEW STUDENT, please call to make an appointment.

Walk-In Registration sessions are for current students who need assistance registering for courses, have questions regarding webcampus or "My Degree Program".

Students with questions in other areas (ex. grad check, change of major, probation, etc.), including NEW STUDENTS should contact the Advising office to schedule an appointment.

Each session is scheduled to last for about 1 hour. Students interested in attending a walk-in registration session are encouraged to check in 10 minutes prior to the start of the desired session.

If you have questions, contact (302) 356-INFO or
advising@wilmu.edu

4:00 PM - 5:00 PM Walk-in Registration Session

¤ What classes should I take next?
¤ How do I register online?
¤
What classes do I have left?
¤ For all other questions, or if you are a NEW STUDENT, please call to make an appointment.

Walk-In Registration sessions are for current students who need assistance registering for courses, have questions regarding webcampus or "My Degree Program".

Students with questions in other areas (ex. grad check, change of major, probation, etc.), including NEW STUDENTS should contact the Advising office to schedule an appointment.

Each session is scheduled to last for about 1 hour. Students interested in attending a walk-in registration session are encouraged to check in 10 minutes prior to the start of the desired session.

If you have questions, contact (302) 356-INFO or
advising@wilmu.edu

Tuesday, January 14, 2014
11:00 AM - 12:00 PM Walk-in Registration Session

¤ What classes should I take next?
¤ How do I register online?
¤
What classes do I have left?
¤ For all other questions, or if you are a NEW STUDENT, please call to make an appointment.

Walk-In Registration sessions are for current students who need assistance registering for courses, have questions regarding webcampus or "My Degree Program".

Students with questions in other areas (ex. grad check, change of major, probation, etc.), including NEW STUDENTS should contact the Advising office to schedule an appointment.

Each session is scheduled to last for about 1 hour. Students interested in attending a walk-in registration session are encouraged to check in 10 minutes prior to the start of the desired session.

If you have questions, contact (302) 356-INFO or
advising@wilmu.edu

1:00 PM - 2:00 PM Walk-in Registration Session

¤ What classes should I take next?
¤ How do I register online?
¤
What classes do I have left?
¤ For all other questions, or if you are a NEW STUDENT, please call to make an appointment.

Walk-In Registration sessions are for current students who need assistance registering for courses, have questions regarding webcampus or "My Degree Program".

Students with questions in other areas (ex. grad check, change of major, probation, etc.), including NEW STUDENTS should contact the Advising office to schedule an appointment.

Each session is scheduled to last for about 1 hour. Students interested in attending a walk-in registration session are encouraged to check in 10 minutes prior to the start of the desired session.

If you have questions, contact (302) 356-INFO or
advising@wilmu.edu

4:00 PM - 5:00 PM Walk-in Registration Session

¤ What classes should I take next?
¤ How do I register online?
¤
What classes do I have left?
¤ For all other questions, or if you are a NEW STUDENT, please call to make an appointment.

Walk-In Registration sessions are for current students who need assistance registering for courses, have questions regarding webcampus or "My Degree Program".

Students with questions in other areas (ex. grad check, change of major, probation, etc.), including NEW STUDENTS should contact the Advising office to schedule an appointment.

Each session is scheduled to last for about 1 hour. Students interested in attending a walk-in registration session are encouraged to check in 10 minutes prior to the start of the desired session.

If you have questions, contact (302) 356-INFO or
advising@wilmu.edu

Wednesday, January 15, 2014
11:00 AM - 12:00 PM Walk-in Registration Session

¤ What classes should I take next?
¤ How do I register online?
¤
What classes do I have left?
¤ For all other questions, or if you are a NEW STUDENT, please call to make an appointment.

Walk-In Registration sessions are for current students who need assistance registering for courses, have questions regarding webcampus or "My Degree Program".

Students with questions in other areas (ex. grad check, change of major, probation, etc.), including NEW STUDENTS should contact the Advising office to schedule an appointment.

Each session is scheduled to last for about 1 hour. Students interested in attending a walk-in registration session are encouraged to check in 10 minutes prior to the start of the desired session.

If you have questions, contact (302) 356-INFO or
advising@wilmu.edu

1:00 PM - 2:00 PM Walk-in Registration Session

¤ What classes should I take next?
¤ How do I register online?
¤
What classes do I have left?
¤ For all other questions, or if you are a NEW STUDENT, please call to make an appointment.

Walk-In Registration sessions are for current students who need assistance registering for courses, have questions regarding webcampus or "My Degree Program".

Students with questions in other areas (ex. grad check, change of major, probation, etc.), including NEW STUDENTS should contact the Advising office to schedule an appointment.

Each session is scheduled to last for about 1 hour. Students interested in attending a walk-in registration session are encouraged to check in 10 minutes prior to the start of the desired session.

If you have questions, contact (302) 356-INFO or
advising@wilmu.edu

4:00 PM - 5:00 PM Walk-in Registration Session

¤ What classes should I take next?
¤ How do I register online?
¤
What classes do I have left?
¤ For all other questions, or if you are a NEW STUDENT, please call to make an appointment.

Walk-In Registration sessions are for current students who need assistance registering for courses, have questions regarding webcampus or "My Degree Program".

Students with questions in other areas (ex. grad check, change of major, probation, etc.), including NEW STUDENTS should contact the Advising office to schedule an appointment.

Each session is scheduled to last for about 1 hour. Students interested in attending a walk-in registration session are encouraged to check in 10 minutes prior to the start of the desired session.

If you have questions, contact (302) 356-INFO or
advising@wilmu.edu

Thursday, January 16, 2014
11:00 AM - 12:00 PM Walk-in Registration Session

¤ What classes should I take next?
¤ How do I register online?
¤
What classes do I have left?
¤ For all other questions, or if you are a NEW STUDENT, please call to make an appointment.

Walk-In Registration sessions are for current students who need assistance registering for courses, have questions regarding webcampus or "My Degree Program".

Students with questions in other areas (ex. grad check, change of major, probation, etc.), including NEW STUDENTS should contact the Advising office to schedule an appointment.

Each session is scheduled to last for about 1 hour. Students interested in attending a walk-in registration session are encouraged to check in 10 minutes prior to the start of the desired session.

If you have questions, contact (302) 356-INFO or
advising@wilmu.edu

1:00 PM - 2:00 PM Walk-in Registration Session

¤ What classes should I take next?
¤ How do I register online?
¤
What classes do I have left?
¤ For all other questions, or if you are a NEW STUDENT, please call to make an appointment.

Walk-In Registration sessions are for current students who need assistance registering for courses, have questions regarding webcampus or "My Degree Program".

Students with questions in other areas (ex. grad check, change of major, probation, etc.), including NEW STUDENTS should contact the Advising office to schedule an appointment.

Each session is scheduled to last for about 1 hour. Students interested in attending a walk-in registration session are encouraged to check in 10 minutes prior to the start of the desired session.

If you have questions, contact (302) 356-INFO or
advising@wilmu.edu

4:00 PM - 5:00 PM Walk-in Registration Session

¤ What classes should I take next?
¤ How do I register online?
¤
What classes do I have left?
¤ For all other questions, or if you are a NEW STUDENT, please call to make an appointment.

Walk-In Registration sessions are for current students who need assistance registering for courses, have questions regarding webcampus or "My Degree Program".

Students with questions in other areas (ex. grad check, change of major, probation, etc.), including NEW STUDENTS should contact the Advising office to schedule an appointment.

Each session is scheduled to last for about 1 hour. Students interested in attending a walk-in registration session are encouraged to check in 10 minutes prior to the start of the desired session.

If you have questions, contact (302) 356-INFO or
advising@wilmu.edu

Friday, January 17, 2014
1:00 PM - 2:00 PM Walk-in Registration Session

¤ What classes should I take next?
¤ How do I register online?
¤
What classes do I have left?
¤ For all other questions, or if you are a NEW STUDENT, please call to make an appointment.

Walk-In Registration sessions are for current students who need assistance registering for courses, have questions regarding webcampus or "My Degree Program".

Students with questions in other areas (ex. grad check, change of major, probation, etc.), including NEW STUDENTS should contact the Advising office to schedule an appointment.

Each session is scheduled to last for about 1 hour. Students interested in attending a walk-in registration session are encouraged to check in 10 minutes prior to the start of the desired session.

If you have questions, contact (302) 356-INFO or
advising@wilmu.edu

Tuesday, January 21, 2014
11:00 AM - 12:00 PM Walk-in Registration Session

¤ What classes should I take next?
¤ How do I register online?
¤
What classes do I have left?
¤ For all other questions, or if you are a NEW STUDENT, please call to make an appointment.

Walk-In Registration sessions are for current students who need assistance registering for courses, have questions regarding webcampus or "My Degree Program".

Students with questions in other areas (ex. grad check, change of major, probation, etc.), including NEW STUDENTS should contact the Advising office to schedule an appointment.

Each session is scheduled to last for about 1 hour. Students interested in attending a walk-in registration session are encouraged to check in 10 minutes prior to the start of the desired session.

If you have questions, contact (302) 356-INFO or
advising@wilmu.edu

1:00 PM - 2:00 PM Walk-in Registration Session

¤ What classes should I take next?
¤ How do I register online?
¤
What classes do I have left?
¤ For all other questions, or if you are a NEW STUDENT, please call to make an appointment.

Walk-In Registration sessions are for current students who need assistance registering for courses, have questions regarding webcampus or "My Degree Program".

Students with questions in other areas (ex. grad check, change of major, probation, etc.), including NEW STUDENTS should contact the Advising office to schedule an appointment.

Each session is scheduled to last for about 1 hour. Students interested in attending a walk-in registration session are encouraged to check in 10 minutes prior to the start of the desired session.

If you have questions, contact (302) 356-INFO or
advising@wilmu.edu

4:00 PM - 5:00 PM Walk-in Registration Session

¤ What classes should I take next?
¤ How do I register online?
¤
What classes do I have left?
¤ For all other questions, or if you are a NEW STUDENT, please call to make an appointment.

Walk-In Registration sessions are for current students who need assistance registering for courses, have questions regarding webcampus or "My Degree Program".

Students with questions in other areas (ex. grad check, change of major, probation, etc.), including NEW STUDENTS should contact the Advising office to schedule an appointment.

Each session is scheduled to last for about 1 hour. Students interested in attending a walk-in registration session are encouraged to check in 10 minutes prior to the start of the desired session.

If you have questions, contact (302) 356-INFO or
advising@wilmu.edu

Friday, January 24, 2014
1:00 PM - 2:00 PM Walk-in Registration Session

¤ What classes should I take next?
¤ How do I register online?
¤
What classes do I have left?
¤ For all other questions, or if you are a NEW STUDENT, please call to make an appointment.

Walk-In Registration sessions are for current students who need assistance registering for courses, have questions regarding webcampus or "My Degree Program".

Students with questions in other areas (ex. grad check, change of major, probation, etc.), including NEW STUDENTS should contact the Advising office to schedule an appointment.

Each session is scheduled to last for about 1 hour. Students interested in attending a walk-in registration session are encouraged to check in 10 minutes prior to the start of the desired session.

If you have questions, contact (302) 356-INFO or
advising@wilmu.edu

Monday, January 27, 2014
4:00 PM - 5:00 PM Walk-in Registration Session

¤ What classes should I take next?
¤ How do I register online?
¤
What classes do I have left?
¤ For all other questions, or if you are a NEW STUDENT, please call to make an appointment.

Walk-In Registration sessions are for current students who need assistance registering for courses, have questions regarding webcampus or "My Degree Program".

Students with questions in other areas (ex. grad check, change of major, probation, etc.), including NEW STUDENTS should contact the Advising office to schedule an appointment.

Each session is scheduled to last for about 1 hour. Students interested in attending a walk-in registration session are encouraged to check in 10 minutes prior to the start of the desired session.

If you have questions, contact (302) 356-INFO or
advising@wilmu.edu

Tuesday, January 28, 2014
11:00 AM - 12:00 PM Walk-in Registration Session

¤ What classes should I take next?
¤ How do I register online?
¤
What classes do I have left?
¤ For all other questions, or if you are a NEW STUDENT, please call to make an appointment.

Walk-In Registration sessions are for current students who need assistance registering for courses, have questions regarding webcampus or "My Degree Program".

Students with questions in other areas (ex. grad check, change of major, probation, etc.), including NEW STUDENTS should contact the Advising office to schedule an appointment.

Each session is scheduled to last for about 1 hour. Students interested in attending a walk-in registration session are encouraged to check in 10 minutes prior to the start of the desired session.

If you have questions, contact (302) 356-INFO or
advising@wilmu.edu

Wednesday, January 29, 2014
4:00 PM - 5:00 PM Walk-in Registration Session

¤ What classes should I take next?
¤ How do I register online?
¤
What classes do I have left?
¤ For all other questions, or if you are a NEW STUDENT, please call to make an appointment.

Walk-In Registration sessions are for current students who need assistance registering for courses, have questions regarding webcampus or "My Degree Program".

Students with questions in other areas (ex. grad check, change of major, probation, etc.), including NEW STUDENTS should contact the Advising office to schedule an appointment.

Each session is scheduled to last for about 1 hour. Students interested in attending a walk-in registration session are encouraged to check in 10 minutes prior to the start of the desired session.

If you have questions, contact (302) 356-INFO or
advising@wilmu.edu

Thursday, January 30, 2014
11:00 AM - 12:00 PM Walk-in Registration Session

¤ What classes should I take next?
¤ How do I register online?
¤
What classes do I have left?
¤ For all other questions, or if you are a NEW STUDENT, please call to make an appointment.

Walk-In Registration sessions are for current students who need assistance registering for courses, have questions regarding webcampus or "My Degree Program".

Students with questions in other areas (ex. grad check, change of major, probation, etc.), including NEW STUDENTS should contact the Advising office to schedule an appointment.

Each session is scheduled to last for about 1 hour. Students interested in attending a walk-in registration session are encouraged to check in 10 minutes prior to the start of the desired session.

If you have questions, contact (302) 356-INFO or
advising@wilmu.edu

Friday, January 31, 2014
1:00 PM - 2:00 PM Walk-in Registration Session

¤ What classes should I take next?
¤ How do I register online?
¤
What classes do I have left?
¤ For all other questions, or if you are a NEW STUDENT, please call to make an appointment.

Walk-In Registration sessions are for current students who need assistance registering for courses, have questions regarding webcampus or "My Degree Program".

Students with questions in other areas (ex. grad check, change of major, probation, etc.), including NEW STUDENTS should contact the Advising office to schedule an appointment.

Each session is scheduled to last for about 1 hour. Students interested in attending a walk-in registration session are encouraged to check in 10 minutes prior to the start of the desired session.

If you have questions, contact (302) 356-INFO or
advising@wilmu.edu

Monday, February 03, 2014
4:00 PM - 5:00 PM Walk-in Registration Session

¤ What classes should I take next?
¤ How do I register online?
¤
What classes do I have left?
¤ For all other questions, or if you are a NEW STUDENT, please call to make an appointment.

Walk-In Registration sessions are for current students who need assistance registering for courses, have questions regarding webcampus or "My Degree Program".

Students with questions in other areas (ex. grad check, change of major, probation, etc.), including NEW STUDENTS should contact the Advising office to schedule an appointment.

Each session is scheduled to last for about 1 hour. Students interested in attending a walk-in registration session are encouraged to check in 10 minutes prior to the start of the desired session.

If you have questions, contact (302) 356-INFO or
advising@wilmu.edu

Tuesday, February 04, 2014
11:00 AM - 12:00 PM Walk-in Registration Session

¤ What classes should I take next?
¤ How do I register online?
¤
What classes do I have left?
¤ For all other questions, or if you are a NEW STUDENT, please call to make an appointment.

Walk-In Registration sessions are for current students who need assistance registering for courses, have questions regarding webcampus or "My Degree Program".

Students with questions in other areas (ex. grad check, change of major, probation, etc.), including NEW STUDENTS should contact the Advising office to schedule an appointment.

Each session is scheduled to last for about 1 hour. Students interested in attending a walk-in registration session are encouraged to check in 10 minutes prior to the start of the desired session.

If you have questions, contact (302) 356-INFO or
advising@wilmu.edu

Wednesday, February 05, 2014
4:00 PM - 5:00 PM Walk-in Registration Session

¤ What classes should I take next?
¤ How do I register online?
¤
What classes do I have left?
¤ For all other questions, or if you are a NEW STUDENT, please call to make an appointment.

Walk-In Registration sessions are for current students who need assistance registering for courses, have questions regarding webcampus or "My Degree Program".

Students with questions in other areas (ex. grad check, change of major, probation, etc.), including NEW STUDENTS should contact the Advising office to schedule an appointment.

Each session is scheduled to last for about 1 hour. Students interested in attending a walk-in registration session are encouraged to check in 10 minutes prior to the start of the desired session.

If you have questions, contact (302) 356-INFO or
advising@wilmu.edu

Thursday, February 06, 2014
11:00 AM - 12:00 PM Walk-in Registration Session

¤ What classes should I take next?
¤ How do I register online?
¤
What classes do I have left?
¤ For all other questions, or if you are a NEW STUDENT, please call to make an appointment.

Walk-In Registration sessions are for current students who need assistance registering for courses, have questions regarding webcampus or "My Degree Program".

Students with questions in other areas (ex. grad check, change of major, probation, etc.), including NEW STUDENTS should contact the Advising office to schedule an appointment.

Each session is scheduled to last for about 1 hour. Students interested in attending a walk-in registration session are encouraged to check in 10 minutes prior to the start of the desired session.

If you have questions, contact (302) 356-INFO or
advising@wilmu.edu

Friday, February 07, 2014
1:00 PM - 2:00 PM Walk-in Registration Session

¤ What classes should I take next?
¤ How do I register online?
¤
What classes do I have left?
¤ For all other questions, or if you are a NEW STUDENT, please call to make an appointment.

Walk-In Registration sessions are for current students who need assistance registering for courses, have questions regarding webcampus or "My Degree Program".

Students with questions in other areas (ex. grad check, change of major, probation, etc.), including NEW STUDENTS should contact the Advising office to schedule an appointment.

Each session is scheduled to last for about 1 hour. Students interested in attending a walk-in registration session are encouraged to check in 10 minutes prior to the start of the desired session.

If you have questions, contact (302) 356-INFO or
advising@wilmu.edu

Monday, February 10, 2014
4:00 PM - 5:00 PM Walk-in Registration Session

¤ What classes should I take next?
¤ How do I register online?
¤
What classes do I have left?
¤ For all other questions, or if you are a NEW STUDENT, please call to make an appointment.

Walk-In Registration sessions are for current students who need assistance registering for courses, have questions regarding webcampus or "My Degree Program".

Students with questions in other areas (ex. grad check, change of major, probation, etc.), including NEW STUDENTS should contact the Advising office to schedule an appointment.

Each session is scheduled to last for about 1 hour. Students interested in attending a walk-in registration session are encouraged to check in 10 minutes prior to the start of the desired session.

If you have questions, contact (302) 356-INFO or
advising@wilmu.edu

Tuesday, February 11, 2014
11:00 AM - 12:00 PM Walk-in Registration Session

¤ What classes should I take next?
¤ How do I register online?
¤
What classes do I have left?
¤ For all other questions, or if you are a NEW STUDENT, please call to make an appointment.

Walk-In Registration sessions are for current students who need assistance registering for courses, have questions regarding webcampus or "My Degree Program".

Students with questions in other areas (ex. grad check, change of major, probation, etc.), including NEW STUDENTS should contact the Advising office to schedule an appointment.

Each session is scheduled to last for about 1 hour. Students interested in attending a walk-in registration session are encouraged to check in 10 minutes prior to the start of the desired session.

If you have questions, contact (302) 356-INFO or
advising@wilmu.edu

Wednesday, February 12, 2014
4:00 PM - 5:00 PM Walk-in Registration Session

¤ What classes should I take next?
¤ How do I register online?
¤
What classes do I have left?
¤ For all other questions, or if you are a NEW STUDENT, please call to make an appointment.

Walk-In Registration sessions are for current students who need assistance registering for courses, have questions regarding webcampus or "My Degree Program".

Students with questions in other areas (ex. grad check, change of major, probation, etc.), including NEW STUDENTS should contact the Advising office to schedule an appointment.

Each session is scheduled to last for about 1 hour. Students interested in attending a walk-in registration session are encouraged to check in 10 minutes prior to the start of the desired session.

If you have questions, contact (302) 356-INFO or
advising@wilmu.edu

Thursday, February 13, 2014
11:00 AM - 12:00 PM Walk-in Registration Session

¤ What classes should I take next?
¤ How do I register online?
¤
What classes do I have left?
¤ For all other questions, or if you are a NEW STUDENT, please call to make an appointment.

Walk-In Registration sessions are for current students who need assistance registering for courses, have questions regarding webcampus or "My Degree Program".

Students with questions in other areas (ex. grad check, change of major, probation, etc.), including NEW STUDENTS should contact the Advising office to schedule an appointment.

Each session is scheduled to last for about 1 hour. Students interested in attending a walk-in registration session are encouraged to check in 10 minutes prior to the start of the desired session.

If you have questions, contact (302) 356-INFO or
advising@wilmu.edu

Friday, February 14, 2014
1:00 PM - 2:00 PM Walk-in Registration Session

¤ What classes should I take next?
¤ How do I register online?
¤
What classes do I have left?
¤ For all other questions, or if you are a NEW STUDENT, please call to make an appointment.

Walk-In Registration sessions are for current students who need assistance registering for courses, have questions regarding webcampus or "My Degree Program".

Students with questions in other areas (ex. grad check, change of major, probation, etc.), including NEW STUDENTS should contact the Advising office to schedule an appointment.

Each session is scheduled to last for about 1 hour. Students interested in attending a walk-in registration session are encouraged to check in 10 minutes prior to the start of the desired session.

If you have questions, contact (302) 356-INFO or
advising@wilmu.edu

Tuesday, February 18, 2014
11:00 AM - 12:00 PM Walk-in Registration Session

¤ What classes should I take next?
¤ How do I register online?
¤
What classes do I have left?
¤ For all other questions, or if you are a NEW STUDENT, please call to make an appointment.

Walk-In Registration sessions are for current students who need assistance registering for courses, have questions regarding webcampus or "My Degree Program".

Students with questions in other areas (ex. grad check, change of major, probation, etc.), including NEW STUDENTS should contact the Advising office to schedule an appointment.

Each session is scheduled to last for about 1 hour. Students interested in attending a walk-in registration session are encouraged to check in 10 minutes prior to the start of the desired session.

If you have questions, contact (302) 356-INFO or
advising@wilmu.edu

Wednesday, February 19, 2014
4:00 PM - 5:00 PM Walk-in Registration Session

¤ What classes should I take next?
¤ How do I register online?
¤
What classes do I have left?
¤ For all other questions, or if you are a NEW STUDENT, please call to make an appointment.

Walk-In Registration sessions are for current students who need assistance registering for courses, have questions regarding webcampus or "My Degree Program".

Students with questions in other areas (ex. grad check, change of major, probation, etc.), including NEW STUDENTS should contact the Advising office to schedule an appointment.

Each session is scheduled to last for about 1 hour. Students interested in attending a walk-in registration session are encouraged to check in 10 minutes prior to the start of the desired session.

If you have questions, contact (302) 356-INFO or
advising@wilmu.edu

Thursday, February 20, 2014
11:00 AM - 12:00 PM Walk-in Registration Session

¤ What classes should I take next?
¤ How do I register online?
¤
What classes do I have left?
¤ For all other questions, or if you are a NEW STUDENT, please call to make an appointment.

Walk-In Registration sessions are for current students who need assistance registering for courses, have questions regarding webcampus or "My Degree Program".

Students with questions in other areas (ex. grad check, change of major, probation, etc.), including NEW STUDENTS should contact the Advising office to schedule an appointment.

Each session is scheduled to last for about 1 hour. Students interested in attending a walk-in registration session are encouraged to check in 10 minutes prior to the start of the desired session.

If you have questions, contact (302) 356-INFO or
advising@wilmu.edu

Friday, February 21, 2014
1:00 PM - 2:00 PM Walk-in Registration Session

¤ What classes should I take next?
¤ How do I register online?
¤
What classes do I have left?
¤ For all other questions, or if you are a NEW STUDENT, please call to make an appointment.

Walk-In Registration sessions are for current students who need assistance registering for courses, have questions regarding webcampus or "My Degree Program".

Students with questions in other areas (ex. grad check, change of major, probation, etc.), including NEW STUDENTS should contact the Advising office to schedule an appointment.

Each session is scheduled to last for about 1 hour. Students interested in attending a walk-in registration session are encouraged to check in 10 minutes prior to the start of the desired session.

If you have questions, contact (302) 356-INFO or
advising@wilmu.edu

Monday, February 24, 2014
4:00 PM - 5:00 PM Walk-in Registration Session

¤ What classes should I take next?
¤ How do I register online?
¤
What classes do I have left?
¤ For all other questions, or if you are a NEW STUDENT, please call to make an appointment.

Walk-In Registration sessions are for current students who need assistance registering for courses, have questions regarding webcampus or "My Degree Program".

Students with questions in other areas (ex. grad check, change of major, probation, etc.), including NEW STUDENTS should contact the Advising office to schedule an appointment.

Each session is scheduled to last for about 1 hour. Students interested in attending a walk-in registration session are encouraged to check in 10 minutes prior to the start of the desired session.

If you have questions, contact (302) 356-INFO or
advising@wilmu.edu

Tuesday, February 25, 2014
11:00 AM - 12:00 PM Walk-in Registration Session

¤ What classes should I take next?
¤ How do I register online?
¤
What classes do I have left?
¤ For all other questions, or if you are a NEW STUDENT, please call to make an appointment.

Walk-In Registration sessions are for current students who need assistance registering for courses, have questions regarding webcampus or "My Degree Program".

Students with questions in other areas (ex. grad check, change of major, probation, etc.), including NEW STUDENTS should contact the Advising office to schedule an appointment.

Each session is scheduled to last for about 1 hour. Students interested in attending a walk-in registration session are encouraged to check in 10 minutes prior to the start of the desired session.

If you have questions, contact (302) 356-INFO or
advising@wilmu.edu

Wednesday, February 26, 2014
4:00 PM - 5:00 PM Walk-in Registration Session

¤ What classes should I take next?
¤ How do I register online?
¤
What classes do I have left?
¤ For all other questions, or if you are a NEW STUDENT, please call to make an appointment.

Walk-In Registration sessions are for current students who need assistance registering for courses, have questions regarding webcampus or "My Degree Program".

Students with questions in other areas (ex. grad check, change of major, probation, etc.), including NEW STUDENTS should contact the Advising office to schedule an appointment.

Each session is scheduled to last for about 1 hour. Students interested in attending a walk-in registration session are encouraged to check in 10 minutes prior to the start of the desired session.

If you have questions, contact (302) 356-INFO or
advising@wilmu.edu

Thursday, February 27, 2014
11:00 AM - 12:00 PM Walk-in Registration Session

¤ What classes should I take next?
¤ How do I register online?
¤
What classes do I have left?
¤ For all other questions, or if you are a NEW STUDENT, please call to make an appointment.

Walk-In Registration sessions are for current students who need assistance registering for courses, have questions regarding webcampus or "My Degree Program".

Students with questions in other areas (ex. grad check, change of major, probation, etc.), including NEW STUDENTS should contact the Advising office to schedule an appointment.

Each session is scheduled to last for about 1 hour. Students interested in attending a walk-in registration session are encouraged to check in 10 minutes prior to the start of the desired session.

If you have questions, contact (302) 356-INFO or
advising@wilmu.edu

Friday, February 28, 2014
1:00 PM - 2:00 PM Walk-in Registration Session

¤ What classes should I take next?
¤ How do I register online?
¤
What classes do I have left?
¤ For all other questions, or if you are a NEW STUDENT, please call to make an appointment.

Walk-In Registration sessions are for current students who need assistance registering for courses, have questions regarding webcampus or "My Degree Program".

Students with questions in other areas (ex. grad check, change of major, probation, etc.), including NEW STUDENTS should contact the Advising office to schedule an appointment.

Each session is scheduled to last for about 1 hour. Students interested in attending a walk-in registration session are encouraged to check in 10 minutes prior to the start of the desired session.

If you have questions, contact (302) 356-INFO or
advising@wilmu.edu

Monday, March 03, 2014
4:00 PM - 5:00 PM Walk-in Registration Session

¤ What classes should I take next?
¤ How do I register online?
¤
What classes do I have left?
¤ For all other questions, or if you are a NEW STUDENT, please call to make an appointment.

Walk-In Registration sessions are for current students who need assistance registering for courses, have questions regarding webcampus or "My Degree Program".

Students with questions in other areas (ex. grad check, change of major, probation, etc.), including NEW STUDENTS should contact the Advising office to schedule an appointment.

Each session is scheduled to last for about 1 hour. Students interested in attending a walk-in registration session are encouraged to check in 10 minutes prior to the start of the desired session.

If you have questions, contact (302) 356-INFO or
advising@wilmu.edu

Wednesday, March 05, 2014
4:00 PM - 5:00 PM Walk-in Registration Session

¤ What classes should I take next?
¤ How do I register online?
¤
What classes do I have left?
¤ For all other questions, or if you are a NEW STUDENT, please call to make an appointment.

Walk-In Registration sessions are for current students who need assistance registering for courses, have questions regarding webcampus or "My Degree Program".

Students with questions in other areas (ex. grad check, change of major, probation, etc.), including NEW STUDENTS should contact the Advising office to schedule an appointment.

Each session is scheduled to last for about 1 hour. Students interested in attending a walk-in registration session are encouraged to check in 10 minutes prior to the start of the desired session.

If you have questions, contact (302) 356-INFO or
advising@wilmu.edu

Thursday, March 06, 2014
11:00 AM - 12:00 PM Walk-in Registration Session

¤ What classes should I take next?
¤ How do I register online?
¤
What classes do I have left?
¤ For all other questions, or if you are a NEW STUDENT, please call to make an appointment.

Walk-In Registration sessions are for current students who need assistance registering for courses, have questions regarding webcampus or "My Degree Program".

Students with questions in other areas (ex. grad check, change of major, probation, etc.), including NEW STUDENTS should contact the Advising office to schedule an appointment.

Each session is scheduled to last for about 1 hour. Students interested in attending a walk-in registration session are encouraged to check in 10 minutes prior to the start of the desired session.

If you have questions, contact (302) 356-INFO or
advising@wilmu.edu

Friday, March 07, 2014
1:00 PM - 2:00 PM Walk-in Registration Session

¤ What classes should I take next?
¤ How do I register online?
¤
What classes do I have left?
¤ For all other questions, or if you are a NEW STUDENT, please call to make an appointment.

Walk-In Registration sessions are for current students who need assistance registering for courses, have questions regarding webcampus or "My Degree Program".

Students with questions in other areas (ex. grad check, change of major, probation, etc.), including NEW STUDENTS should contact the Advising office to schedule an appointment.

Each session is scheduled to last for about 1 hour. Students interested in attending a walk-in registration session are encouraged to check in 10 minutes prior to the start of the desired session.

If you have questions, contact (302) 356-INFO or
advising@wilmu.edu

Monday, March 10, 2014
4:00 PM - 5:00 PM Walk-in Registration Session

¤ What classes should I take next?
¤ How do I register online?
¤
What classes do I have left?
¤ For all other questions, or if you are a NEW STUDENT, please call to make an appointment.

Walk-In Registration sessions are for current students who need assistance registering for courses, have questions regarding webcampus or "My Degree Program".

Students with questions in other areas (ex. grad check, change of major, probation, etc.), including NEW STUDENTS should contact the Advising office to schedule an appointment.

Each session is scheduled to last for about 1 hour. Students interested in attending a walk-in registration session are encouraged to check in 10 minutes prior to the start of the desired session.

If you have questions, contact (302) 356-INFO or
advising@wilmu.edu

Tuesday, March 11, 2014
11:00 AM - 12:00 PM Walk-in Registration Session

¤ What classes should I take next?
¤ How do I register online?
¤
What classes do I have left?
¤ For all other questions, or if you are a NEW STUDENT, please call to make an appointment.

Walk-In Registration sessions are for current students who need assistance registering for courses, have questions regarding webcampus or "My Degree Program".

Students with questions in other areas (ex. grad check, change of major, probation, etc.), including NEW STUDENTS should contact the Advising office to schedule an appointment.

Each session is scheduled to last for about 1 hour. Students interested in attending a walk-in registration session are encouraged to check in 10 minutes prior to the start of the desired session.

If you have questions, contact (302) 356-INFO or
advising@wilmu.edu

Wednesday, March 12, 2014
4:00 PM - 5:00 PM Walk-in Registration Session

¤ What classes should I take next?
¤ How do I register online?
¤
What classes do I have left?
¤ For all other questions, or if you are a NEW STUDENT, please call to make an appointment.

Walk-In Registration sessions are for current students who need assistance registering for courses, have questions regarding webcampus or "My Degree Program".

Students with questions in other areas (ex. grad check, change of major, probation, etc.), including NEW STUDENTS should contact the Advising office to schedule an appointment.

Each session is scheduled to last for about 1 hour. Students interested in attending a walk-in registration session are encouraged to check in 10 minutes prior to the start of the desired session.

If you have questions, contact (302) 356-INFO or
advising@wilmu.edu

Thursday, March 13, 2014
11:00 AM - 12:00 PM Walk-in Registration Session

¤ What classes should I take next?
¤ How do I register online?
¤
What classes do I have left?
¤ For all other questions, or if you are a NEW STUDENT, please call to make an appointment.

Walk-In Registration sessions are for current students who need assistance registering for courses, have questions regarding webcampus or "My Degree Program".

Students with questions in other areas (ex. grad check, change of major, probation, etc.), including NEW STUDENTS should contact the Advising office to schedule an appointment.

Each session is scheduled to last for about 1 hour. Students interested in attending a walk-in registration session are encouraged to check in 10 minutes prior to the start of the desired session.

If you have questions, contact (302) 356-INFO or
advising@wilmu.edu

Friday, March 14, 2014
1:00 PM - 2:00 PM Walk-in Registration Session

¤ What classes should I take next?
¤ How do I register online?
¤
What classes do I have left?
¤ For all other questions, or if you are a NEW STUDENT, please call to make an appointment.

Walk-In Registration sessions are for current students who need assistance registering for courses, have questions regarding webcampus or "My Degree Program".

Students with questions in other areas (ex. grad check, change of major, probation, etc.), including NEW STUDENTS should contact the Advising office to schedule an appointment.

Each session is scheduled to last for about 1 hour. Students interested in attending a walk-in registration session are encouraged to check in 10 minutes prior to the start of the desired session.

If you have questions, contact (302) 356-INFO or
advising@wilmu.edu

Monday, March 17, 2014
4:00 PM - 5:00 PM Walk-in Registration Session

¤ What classes should I take next?
¤ How do I register online?
¤
What classes do I have left?
¤ For all other questions, or if you are a NEW STUDENT, please call to make an appointment.

Walk-In Registration sessions are for current students who need assistance registering for courses, have questions regarding webcampus or "My Degree Program".

Students with questions in other areas (ex. grad check, change of major, probation, etc.), including NEW STUDENTS should contact the Advising office to schedule an appointment.

Each session is scheduled to last for about 1 hour. Students interested in attending a walk-in registration session are encouraged to check in 10 minutes prior to the start of the desired session.

If you have questions, contact (302) 356-INFO or
advising@wilmu.edu

Tuesday, March 18, 2014
11:00 AM - 12:00 PM Walk-in Registration Session

¤ What classes should I take next?
¤ How do I register online?
¤
What classes do I have left?
¤ For all other questions, or if you are a NEW STUDENT, please call to make an appointment.

Walk-In Registration sessions are for current students who need assistance registering for courses, have questions regarding webcampus or "My Degree Program".

Students with questions in other areas (ex. grad check, change of major, probation, etc.), including NEW STUDENTS should contact the Advising office to schedule an appointment.

Each session is scheduled to last for about 1 hour. Students interested in attending a walk-in registration session are encouraged to check in 10 minutes prior to the start of the desired session.

If you have questions, contact (302) 356-INFO or
advising@wilmu.edu

Wednesday, March 19, 2014
4:00 PM - 5:00 PM Walk-in Registration Session

¤ What classes should I take next?
¤ How do I register online?
¤
What classes do I have left?
¤ For all other questions, or if you are a NEW STUDENT, please call to make an appointment.

Walk-In Registration sessions are for current students who need assistance registering for courses, have questions regarding webcampus or "My Degree Program".

Students with questions in other areas (ex. grad check, change of major, probation, etc.), including NEW STUDENTS should contact the Advising office to schedule an appointment.

Each session is scheduled to last for about 1 hour. Students interested in attending a walk-in registration session are encouraged to check in 10 minutes prior to the start of the desired session.

If you have questions, contact (302) 356-INFO or
advising@wilmu.edu

Thursday, March 20, 2014
11:00 AM - 12:00 PM Walk-in Registration Session

¤ What classes should I take next?
¤ How do I register online?
¤
What classes do I have left?
¤ For all other questions, or if you are a NEW STUDENT, please call to make an appointment.

Walk-In Registration sessions are for current students who need assistance registering for courses, have questions regarding webcampus or "My Degree Program".

Students with questions in other areas (ex. grad check, change of major, probation, etc.), including NEW STUDENTS should contact the Advising office to schedule an appointment.

Each session is scheduled to last for about 1 hour. Students interested in attending a walk-in registration session are encouraged to check in 10 minutes prior to the start of the desired session.

If you have questions, contact (302) 356-INFO or
advising@wilmu.edu

Friday, March 21, 2014
1:00 PM - 2:00 PM Walk-in Registration Session

¤ What classes should I take next?
¤ How do I register online?
¤
What classes do I have left?
¤ For all other questions, or if you are a NEW STUDENT, please call to make an appointment.

Walk-In Registration sessions are for current students who need assistance registering for courses, have questions regarding webcampus or "My Degree Program".

Students with questions in other areas (ex. grad check, change of major, probation, etc.), including NEW STUDENTS should contact the Advising office to schedule an appointment.

Each session is scheduled to last for about 1 hour. Students interested in attending a walk-in registration session are encouraged to check in 10 minutes prior to the start of the desired session.

If you have questions, contact (302) 356-INFO or
advising@wilmu.edu

Monday, March 24, 2014
4:00 PM - 5:00 PM Walk-in Registration Session

¤ What classes should I take next?
¤ How do I register online?
¤
What classes do I have left?
¤ For all other questions, or if you are a NEW STUDENT, please call to make an appointment.

Walk-In Registration sessions are for current students who need assistance registering for courses, have questions regarding webcampus or "My Degree Program".

Students with questions in other areas (ex. grad check, change of major, probation, etc.), including NEW STUDENTS should contact the Advising office to schedule an appointment.

Each session is scheduled to last for about 1 hour. Students interested in attending a walk-in registration session are encouraged to check in 10 minutes prior to the start of the desired session.

If you have questions, contact (302) 356-INFO or
advising@wilmu.edu

Tuesday, March 25, 2014
11:00 AM - 12:00 PM Walk-in Registration Session

¤ What classes should I take next?
¤ How do I register online?
¤
What classes do I have left?
¤ For all other questions, or if you are a NEW STUDENT, please call to make an appointment.

Walk-In Registration sessions are for current students who need assistance registering for courses, have questions regarding webcampus or "My Degree Program".

Students with questions in other areas (ex. grad check, change of major, probation, etc.), including NEW STUDENTS should contact the Advising office to schedule an appointment.

Each session is scheduled to last for about 1 hour. Students interested in attending a walk-in registration session are encouraged to check in 10 minutes prior to the start of the desired session.

If you have questions, contact (302) 356-INFO or
advising@wilmu.edu

Wednesday, March 26, 2014
4:00 PM - 5:00 PM Walk-in Registration Session

¤ What classes should I take next?
¤ How do I register online?
¤
What classes do I have left?
¤ For all other questions, or if you are a NEW STUDENT, please call to make an appointment.

Walk-In Registration sessions are for current students who need assistance registering for courses, have questions regarding webcampus or "My Degree Program".

Students with questions in other areas (ex. grad check, change of major, probation, etc.), including NEW STUDENTS should contact the Advising office to schedule an appointment.

Each session is scheduled to last for about 1 hour. Students interested in attending a walk-in registration session are encouraged to check in 10 minutes prior to the start of the desired session.

If you have questions, contact (302) 356-INFO or
advising@wilmu.edu

Thursday, March 27, 2014
11:00 AM - 12:00 PM Walk-in Registration Session

¤ What classes should I take next?
¤ How do I register online?
¤
What classes do I have left?
¤ For all other questions, or if you are a NEW STUDENT, please call to make an appointment.

Walk-In Registration sessions are for current students who need assistance registering for courses, have questions regarding webcampus or "My Degree Program".

Students with questions in other areas (ex. grad check, change of major, probation, etc.), including NEW STUDENTS should contact the Advising office to schedule an appointment.

Each session is scheduled to last for about 1 hour. Students interested in attending a walk-in registration session are encouraged to check in 10 minutes prior to the start of the desired session.

If you have questions, contact (302) 356-INFO or
advising@wilmu.edu

Friday, March 28, 2014
1:00 PM - 2:00 PM Walk-in Registration Session

¤ What classes should I take next?
¤ How do I register online?
¤
What classes do I have left?
¤ For all other questions, or if you are a NEW STUDENT, please call to make an appointment.

Walk-In Registration sessions are for current students who need assistance registering for courses, have questions regarding webcampus or "My Degree Program".

Students with questions in other areas (ex. grad check, change of major, probation, etc.), including NEW STUDENTS should contact the Advising office to schedule an appointment.

Each session is scheduled to last for about 1 hour. Students interested in attending a walk-in registration session are encouraged to check in 10 minutes prior to the start of the desired session.

If you have questions, contact (302) 356-INFO or
advising@wilmu.edu

Wednesday, April 02, 2014
4:00 PM - 5:00 PM Walk-in Registration Session

¤ What classes should I take next?
¤ How do I register online?
¤
What classes do I have left?
¤ For all other questions, or if you are a NEW STUDENT, please call to make an appointment.

Walk-In Registration sessions are for current students who need assistance registering for courses, have questions regarding webcampus or "My Degree Program".

Students with questions in other areas (ex. grad check, change of major, probation, etc.), including NEW STUDENTS should contact the Advising office to schedule an appointment.

Each session is scheduled to last for about 1 hour. Students interested in attending a walk-in registration session are encouraged to check in 10 minutes prior to the start of the desired session.

If you have questions, contact (302) 356-INFO or
advising@wilmu.edu

Thursday, April 03, 2014
11:00 AM - 12:00 PM Walk-in Registration Session

¤ What classes should I take next?
¤ How do I register online?
¤
What classes do I have left?
¤ For all other questions, or if you are a NEW STUDENT, please call to make an appointment.

Walk-In Registration sessions are for current students who need assistance registering for courses, have questions regarding webcampus or "My Degree Program".

Students with questions in other areas (ex. grad check, change of major, probation, etc.), including NEW STUDENTS should contact the Advising office to schedule an appointment.

Each session is scheduled to last for about 1 hour. Students interested in attending a walk-in registration session are encouraged to check in 10 minutes prior to the start of the desired session.

If you have questions, contact (302) 356-INFO or
advising@wilmu.edu

Friday, April 04, 2014
1:00 PM - 2:00 PM Walk-in Registration Session

¤ What classes should I take next?
¤ How do I register online?
¤
What classes do I have left?
¤ For all other questions, or if you are a NEW STUDENT, please call to make an appointment.

Walk-In Registration sessions are for current students who need assistance registering for courses, have questions regarding webcampus or "My Degree Program".

Students with questions in other areas (ex. grad check, change of major, probation, etc.), including NEW STUDENTS should contact the Advising office to schedule an appointment.

Each session is scheduled to last for about 1 hour. Students interested in attending a walk-in registration session are encouraged to check in 10 minutes prior to the start of the desired session.

If you have questions, contact (302) 356-INFO or
advising@wilmu.edu

Monday, April 07, 2014
4:00 PM - 5:00 PM Walk-in Registration Session

¤ What classes should I take next?
¤ How do I register online?
¤
What classes do I have left?
¤ For all other questions, or if you are a NEW STUDENT, please call to make an appointment.

Walk-In Registration sessions are for current students who need assistance registering for courses, have questions regarding webcampus or "My Degree Program".

Students with questions in other areas (ex. grad check, change of major, probation, etc.), including NEW STUDENTS should contact the Advising office to schedule an appointment.

Each session is scheduled to last for about 1 hour. Students interested in attending a walk-in registration session are encouraged to check in 10 minutes prior to the start of the desired session.

If you have questions, contact (302) 356-INFO or
advising@wilmu.edu

Tuesday, April 08, 2014
11:00 AM - 12:00 PM Walk-in Registration Session

¤ What classes should I take next?
¤ How do I register online?
¤
What classes do I have left?
¤ For all other questions, or if you are a NEW STUDENT, please call to make an appointment.

Walk-In Registration sessions are for current students who need assistance registering for courses, have questions regarding webcampus or "My Degree Program".

Students with questions in other areas (ex. grad check, change of major, probation, etc.), including NEW STUDENTS should contact the Advising office to schedule an appointment.

Each session is scheduled to last for about 1 hour. Students interested in attending a walk-in registration session are encouraged to check in 10 minutes prior to the start of the desired session.

If you have questions, contact (302) 356-INFO or
advising@wilmu.edu

Wednesday, April 09, 2014
4:00 PM - 5:00 PM Walk-in Registration Session

¤ What classes should I take next?
¤ How do I register online?
¤
What classes do I have left?
¤ For all other questions, or if you are a NEW STUDENT, please call to make an appointment.

Walk-In Registration sessions are for current students who need assistance registering for courses, have questions regarding webcampus or "My Degree Program".

Students with questions in other areas (ex. grad check, change of major, probation, etc.), including NEW STUDENTS should contact the Advising office to schedule an appointment.

Each session is scheduled to last for about 1 hour. Students interested in attending a walk-in registration session are encouraged to check in 10 minutes prior to the start of the desired session.

If you have questions, contact (302) 356-INFO or
advising@wilmu.edu

Thursday, April 10, 2014
11:00 AM - 12:00 PM Walk-in Registration Session

¤ What classes should I take next?
¤ How do I register online?
¤
What classes do I have left?
¤ For all other questions, or if you are a NEW STUDENT, please call to make an appointment.

Walk-In Registration sessions are for current students who need assistance registering for courses, have questions regarding webcampus or "My Degree Program".

Students with questions in other areas (ex. grad check, change of major, probation, etc.), including NEW STUDENTS should contact the Advising office to schedule an appointment.

Each session is scheduled to last for about 1 hour. Students interested in attending a walk-in registration session are encouraged to check in 10 minutes prior to the start of the desired session.

If you have questions, contact (302) 356-INFO or
advising@wilmu.edu

Friday, April 11, 2014
1:00 PM - 2:00 PM Walk-in Registration Session

¤ What classes should I take next?
¤ How do I register online?
¤
What classes do I have left?
¤ For all other questions, or if you are a NEW STUDENT, please call to make an appointment.

Walk-In Registration sessions are for current students who need assistance registering for courses, have questions regarding webcampus or "My Degree Program".

Students with questions in other areas (ex. grad check, change of major, probation, etc.), including NEW STUDENTS should contact the Advising office to schedule an appointment.

Each session is scheduled to last for about 1 hour. Students interested in attending a walk-in registration session are encouraged to check in 10 minutes prior to the start of the desired session.

If you have questions, contact (302) 356-INFO or
advising@wilmu.edu

Monday, April 14, 2014
4:00 PM - 5:00 PM Walk-in Registration Session

¤ What classes should I take next?
¤ How do I register online?
¤
What classes do I have left?
¤ For all other questions, or if you are a NEW STUDENT, please call to make an appointment.

Walk-In Registration sessions are for current students who need assistance registering for courses, have questions regarding webcampus or "My Degree Program".

Students with questions in other areas (ex. grad check, change of major, probation, etc.), including NEW STUDENTS should contact the Advising office to schedule an appointment.

Each session is scheduled to last for about 1 hour. Students interested in attending a walk-in registration session are encouraged to check in 10 minutes prior to the start of the desired session.

If you have questions, contact (302) 356-INFO or
advising@wilmu.edu

Tuesday, April 15, 2014
11:00 AM - 12:00 PM Walk-in Registration Session

¤ What classes should I take next?
¤ How do I register online?
¤
What classes do I have left?
¤ For all other questions, or if you are a NEW STUDENT, please call to make an appointment.

Walk-In Registration sessions are for current students who need assistance registering for courses, have questions regarding webcampus or "My Degree Program".

Students with questions in other areas (ex. grad check, change of major, probation, etc.), including NEW STUDENTS should contact the Advising office to schedule an appointment.

Each session is scheduled to last for about 1 hour. Students interested in attending a walk-in registration session are encouraged to check in 10 minutes prior to the start of the desired session.

If you have questions, contact (302) 356-INFO or
advising@wilmu.edu

Wednesday, April 16, 2014
4:00 PM - 5:00 PM Walk-in Registration Session

¤ What classes should I take next?
¤ How do I register online?
¤
What classes do I have left?
¤ For all other questions, or if you are a NEW STUDENT, please call to make an appointment.

Walk-In Registration sessions are for current students who need assistance registering for courses, have questions regarding webcampus or "My Degree Program".

Students with questions in other areas (ex. grad check, change of major, probation, etc.), including NEW STUDENTS should contact the Advising office to schedule an appointment.

Each session is scheduled to last for about 1 hour. Students interested in attending a walk-in registration session are encouraged to check in 10 minutes prior to the start of the desired session.

If you have questions, contact (302) 356-INFO or
advising@wilmu.edu

Thursday, April 17, 2014
11:00 AM - 12:00 PM Walk-in Registration Session

¤ What classes should I take next?
¤ How do I register online?
¤
What classes do I have left?
¤ For all other questions, or if you are a NEW STUDENT, please call to make an appointment.

Walk-In Registration sessions are for current students who need assistance registering for courses, have questions regarding webcampus or "My Degree Program".

Students with questions in other areas (ex. grad check, change of major, probation, etc.), including NEW STUDENTS should contact the Advising office to schedule an appointment.

Each session is scheduled to last for about 1 hour. Students interested in attending a walk-in registration session are encouraged to check in 10 minutes prior to the start of the desired session.

If you have questions, contact (302) 356-INFO or
advising@wilmu.edu

Friday, April 18, 2014
1:00 PM - 2:00 PM Walk-in Registration Session

¤ What classes should I take next?
¤ How do I register online?
¤
What classes do I have left?
¤ For all other questions, or if you are a NEW STUDENT, please call to make an appointment.

Walk-In Registration sessions are for current students who need assistance registering for courses, have questions regarding webcampus or "My Degree Program".

Students with questions in other areas (ex. grad check, change of major, probation, etc.), including NEW STUDENTS should contact the Advising office to schedule an appointment.

Each session is scheduled to last for about 1 hour. Students interested in attending a walk-in registration session are encouraged to check in 10 minutes prior to the start of the desired session.

If you have questions, contact (302) 356-INFO or
advising@wilmu.edu

Monday, April 28, 2014
4:00 PM - 5:00 PM Walk-in Registration Session

¤ What classes should I take next?
¤ How do I register online?
¤
What classes do I have left?
¤ For all other questions, or if you are a NEW STUDENT, please call to make an appointment.

Walk-In Registration sessions are for current students who need assistance registering for courses, have questions regarding webcampus or "My Degree Program".

Students with questions in other areas (ex. grad check, change of major, probation, etc.), including NEW STUDENTS should contact the Advising office to schedule an appointment.

Each session is scheduled to last for about 1 hour. Students interested in attending a walk-in registration session are encouraged to check in 10 minutes prior to the start of the desired session.

If you have questions, contact (302) 356-INFO or
advising@wilmu.edu

Tuesday, April 29, 2014
11:00 AM - 12:00 PM Walk-in Registration Session

¤ What classes should I take next?
¤ How do I register online?
¤
What classes do I have left?
¤ For all other questions, or if you are a NEW STUDENT, please call to make an appointment.

Walk-In Registration sessions are for current students who need assistance registering for courses, have questions regarding webcampus or "My Degree Program".

Students with questions in other areas (ex. grad check, change of major, probation, etc.), including NEW STUDENTS should contact the Advising office to schedule an appointment.

Each session is scheduled to last for about 1 hour. Students interested in attending a walk-in registration session are encouraged to check in 10 minutes prior to the start of the desired session.

If you have questions, contact (302) 356-INFO or
advising@wilmu.edu

Wednesday, April 30, 2014
4:00 PM - 5:00 PM Walk-in Registration Session

¤ What classes should I take next?
¤ How do I register online?
¤
What classes do I have left?
¤ For all other questions, or if you are a NEW STUDENT, please call to make an appointment.

Walk-In Registration sessions are for current students who need assistance registering for courses, have questions regarding webcampus or "My Degree Program".

Students with questions in other areas (ex. grad check, change of major, probation, etc.), including NEW STUDENTS should contact the Advising office to schedule an appointment.

Each session is scheduled to last for about 1 hour. Students interested in attending a walk-in registration session are encouraged to check in 10 minutes prior to the start of the desired session.

If you have questions, contact (302) 356-INFO or
advising@wilmu.edu

Thursday, May 01, 2014
11:00 AM - 12:00 PM Walk-in Registration Session

¤ What classes should I take next?
¤ How do I register online?
¤
What classes do I have left?
¤ For all other questions, or if you are a NEW STUDENT, please call to make an appointment.

Walk-In Registration sessions are for current students who need assistance registering for courses, have questions regarding webcampus or "My Degree Program".

Students with questions in other areas (ex. grad check, change of major, probation, etc.), including NEW STUDENTS should contact the Advising office to schedule an appointment.

Each session is scheduled to last for about 1 hour. Students interested in attending a walk-in registration session are encouraged to check in 10 minutes prior to the start of the desired session.

If you have questions, contact (302) 356-INFO or
advising@wilmu.edu

Friday, May 02, 2014
1:00 PM - 2:00 PM Walk-in Registration Session

¤ What classes should I take next?
¤ How do I register online?
¤
What classes do I have left?
¤ For all other questions, or if you are a NEW STUDENT, please call to make an appointment.

Walk-In Registration sessions are for current students who need assistance registering for courses, have questions regarding webcampus or "My Degree Program".

Students with questions in other areas (ex. grad check, change of major, probation, etc.), including NEW STUDENTS should contact the Advising office to schedule an appointment.

Each session is scheduled to last for about 1 hour. Students interested in attending a walk-in registration session are encouraged to check in 10 minutes prior to the start of the desired session.

If you have questions, contact (302) 356-INFO or
advising@wilmu.edu

Academic Advising - English & Math Assessment/Placement
Start Date and TimeEvent Details
Thursday, August 08, 2013
9:00 AM - 1:00 PM Placement Test
Placement testing enables Wilmington University to determine the appropriate English and mathematics course placement for students according to their entering skill level. For more information, and to register for a placement test, visit http://www.wilmu.edu/advising/placement.aspx
1:00 PM - 5:00 PM Placement Test
Placement testing enables Wilmington University to determine the appropriate English and mathematics course placement for students according to their entering skill level. For more information, and to register for a placement test, visit http://www.wilmu.edu/advising/placement.aspx
5:30 PM - 9:00 PM Placement Test
Placement testing enables Wilmington University to determine the appropriate English and mathematics course placement for students according to their entering skill level. For more information, and to register for a placement test, visit http://www.wilmu.edu/advising/placement.aspx
Tuesday, August 13, 2013
10:00 AM - 2:00 PM Placement Test
Placement testing enables Wilmington University to determine the appropriate English and mathematics course placement for students according to their entering skill level. For more information, and to register for a placement test, visit http://www.wilmu.edu/advising/placement.aspx
2:00 PM - 6:00 PM Placement Test
Placement testing enables Wilmington University to determine the appropriate English and mathematics course placement for students according to their entering skill level. For more information, and to register for a placement test, visit http://www.wilmu.edu/advising/placement.aspx
Wednesday, August 14, 2013
2:00 PM - 6:00 PM Placement Test
Placement testing enables Wilmington University to determine the appropriate English and mathematics course placement for students according to their entering skill level. For more information, and to register for a placement test, visit http://www.wilmu.edu/advising/placement.aspx
Thursday, August 15, 2013
2:00 PM - 6:00 PM Placement Test
Placement testing enables Wilmington University to determine the appropriate English and mathematics course placement for students according to their entering skill level. For more information, and to register for a placement test, visit http://www.wilmu.edu/advising/placement.aspx
5:30 PM - 9:00 PM Placement Test
Placement testing enables Wilmington University to determine the appropriate English and mathematics course placement for students according to their entering skill level. For more information, and to register for a placement test, visit http://www.wilmu.edu/advising/placement.aspx
Monday, August 19, 2013
9:00 AM - 1:00 PM Placement Test
Placement testing enables Wilmington University to determine the appropriate English and mathematics course placement for students according to their entering skill level. For more information, and to register for a placement test, visit http://www.wilmu.edu/advising/placement.aspx
1:00 PM - 5:00 PM Placement Test
Placement testing enables Wilmington University to determine the appropriate English and mathematics course placement for students according to their entering skill level. For more information, and to register for a placement test, visit http://www.wilmu.edu/advising/placement.aspx
Tuesday, August 20, 2013
10:00 AM - 2:00 PM Placement Test
Placement testing enables Wilmington University to determine the appropriate English and mathematics course placement for students according to their entering skill level. For more information, and to register for a placement test, visit http://www.wilmu.edu/advising/placement.aspx
Wednesday, August 21, 2013
9:00 AM - 1:00 PM Placement Test
Placement testing enables Wilmington University to determine the appropriate English and mathematics course placement for students according to their entering skill level. For more information, and to register for a placement test, visit http://www.wilmu.edu/advising/placement.aspx
1:00 PM - 5:00 PM Placement Test
Placement testing enables Wilmington University to determine the appropriate English and mathematics course placement for students according to their entering skill level. For more information, and to register for a placement test, visit http://www.wilmu.edu/advising/placement.aspx
Thursday, August 22, 2013
5:30 PM - 9:00 PM Placement Test
Placement testing enables Wilmington University to determine the appropriate English and mathematics course placement for students according to their entering skill level. For more information, and to register for a placement test, visit http://www.wilmu.edu/advising/placement.aspx
Monday, August 26, 2013
9:00 AM - 12:00 PM Placement Test
Placement testing enables Wilmington University to determine the appropriate English and mathematics course placement for students according to their entering skill level. For more information, and to register for a placement test, visit http://www.wilmu.edu/advising/placement.aspx
9:00 AM - 12:00 PM Placement Test
Placement testing enables Wilmington University to determine the appropriate English and mathematics course placement for students according to their entering skill level. For more information, and to register for a placement test, visit http://www.wilmu.edu/advising/placement.aspx
1:00 PM - 5:00 PM Placement Test
Placement testing enables Wilmington University to determine the appropriate English and mathematics course placement for students according to their entering skill level. For more information, and to register for a placement test, visit http://www.wilmu.edu/advising/placement.aspx
1:00 PM - 5:00 PM Placement Test
Placement testing enables Wilmington University to determine the appropriate English and mathematics course placement for students according to their entering skill level. For more information, and to register for a placement test, visit http://www.wilmu.edu/advising/placement.aspx
5:00 PM - 9:00 PM Placement Test
Placement testing enables Wilmington University to determine the appropriate English and mathematics course placement for students according to their entering skill level. For more information, and to register for a placement test, visit http://www.wilmu.edu/advising/placement.aspx
5:00 PM - 9:00 PM Placement Test
Placement testing enables Wilmington University to determine the appropriate English and mathematics course placement for students according to their entering skill level. For more information, and to register for a placement test, visit http://www.wilmu.edu/advising/placement.aspx
Tuesday, August 27, 2013
9:00 AM - 12:00 PM Placement Test
Placement testing enables Wilmington University to determine the appropriate English and mathematics course placement for students according to their entering skill level. For more information, and to register for a placement test, visit http://www.wilmu.edu/advising/placement.aspx
1:00 PM - 5:00 PM Placement Test
Placement testing enables Wilmington University to determine the appropriate English and mathematics course placement for students according to their entering skill level. For more information, and to register for a placement test, visit http://www.wilmu.edu/advising/placement.aspx
5:00 PM - 9:00 PM Placement Test
Placement testing enables Wilmington University to determine the appropriate English and mathematics course placement for students according to their entering skill level. For more information, and to register for a placement test, visit http://www.wilmu.edu/advising/placement.aspx
Wednesday, August 28, 2013
9:00 AM - 12:00 PM Placement Test
Placement testing enables Wilmington University to determine the appropriate English and mathematics course placement for students according to their entering skill level. For more information, and to register for a placement test, visit http://www.wilmu.edu/advising/placement.aspx
9:00 AM - 12:00 PM Placement Test
Placement testing enables Wilmington University to determine the appropriate English and mathematics course placement for students according to their entering skill level. For more information, and to register for a placement test, visit http://www.wilmu.edu/advising/placement.aspx
1:00 PM - 5:00 PM Placement Test
Placement testing enables Wilmington University to determine the appropriate English and mathematics course placement for students according to their entering skill level. For more information, and to register for a placement test, visit http://www.wilmu.edu/advising/placement.aspx
1:00 PM - 5:00 PM Placement Test
Placement testing enables Wilmington University to determine the appropriate English and mathematics course placement for students according to their entering skill level. For more information, and to register for a placement test, visit http://www.wilmu.edu/advising/placement.aspx
5:00 PM - 9:00 PM Placement Test
Placement testing enables Wilmington University to determine the appropriate English and mathematics course placement for students according to their entering skill level. For more information, and to register for a placement test, visit http://www.wilmu.edu/advising/placement.aspx
5:00 PM - 9:00 PM Placement Test
Placement testing enables Wilmington University to determine the appropriate English and mathematics course placement for students according to their entering skill level. For more information, and to register for a placement test, visit http://www.wilmu.edu/advising/placement.aspx
Thursday, August 29, 2013
9:00 AM - 12:00 PM Placement Test
Placement testing enables Wilmington University to determine the appropriate English and mathematics course placement for students according to their entering skill level. For more information, and to register for a placement test, visit http://www.wilmu.edu/advising/placement.aspx
1:00 PM - 5:00 PM Placement Test
Placement testing enables Wilmington University to determine the appropriate English and mathematics course placement for students according to their entering skill level. For more information, and to register for a placement test, visit http://www.wilmu.edu/advising/placement.aspx
5:00 PM - 9:00 PM Placement Test
Placement testing enables Wilmington University to determine the appropriate English and mathematics course placement for students according to their entering skill level. For more information, and to register for a placement test, visit http://www.wilmu.edu/advising/placement.aspx
5:30 PM - 9:00 PM Placement Test
Placement testing enables Wilmington University to determine the appropriate English and mathematics course placement for students according to their entering skill level. For more information, and to register for a placement test, visit http://www.wilmu.edu/advising/placement.aspx
Friday, August 30, 2013
9:00 AM - 12:00 PM (Cancelled) Placement Test
Placement testing enables Wilmington University to determine the appropriate English and mathematics course placement for students according to their entering skill level. For more information, and to register for a placement test, visit http://www.wilmu.edu/advising/placement.aspx
9:00 AM - 12:00 PM (Cancelled) Placement Test
Placement testing enables Wilmington University to determine the appropriate English and mathematics course placement for students according to their entering skill level. For more information, and to register for a placement test, visit http://www.wilmu.edu/advising/placement.aspx
1:00 PM - 5:00 PM (Cancelled) Placement Test
Placement testing enables Wilmington University to determine the appropriate English and mathematics course placement for students according to their entering skill level. For more information, and to register for a placement test, visit http://www.wilmu.edu/advising/placement.aspx
1:00 PM - 5:00 PM (Cancelled) Placement Test
Placement testing enables Wilmington University to determine the appropriate English and mathematics course placement for students according to their entering skill level. For more information, and to register for a placement test, visit http://www.wilmu.edu/advising/placement.aspx
Thursday, September 12, 2013
9:00 AM - 1:00 PM Placement Test - New Castle
Placement testing enables Wilmington University to determine the appropriate English and mathematics course placement for students according to their entering skill level. For more information, and to register for a placement test, visit http://www.wilmu.edu/advising/placement.aspx
1:00 PM - 5:00 PM Placement Test - New Castle
Placement testing enables Wilmington University to determine the appropriate English and mathematics course placement for students according to their entering skill level. For more information, and to register for a placement test, visit http://www.wilmu.edu/advising/placement.aspx
5:00 PM - 9:00 PM Placement Test - New Castle
Placement testing enables Wilmington University to determine the appropriate English and mathematics course placement for students according to their entering skill level. For more information, and to register for a placement test, visit http://www.wilmu.edu/advising/placement.aspx
5:30 PM Placement Testing - DOVER
Wilmington University utilizes proctored ACCUPLACER® placement tests to determine proper course placement(s) for undergraduate and graduate students. Course placement is determined according to the student’s skill level upon entering the university.

Undergraduate students are tested for English and mathematics course placement. Graduate and doctoral students are required to complete an assessment of their writing skills prior to registering for their fourth course in the intended degree program.

Additionally, students who were educated outside of the United States are required to take LOEP placement testing for English language proficiency.

For more information, please visit
.http://www.wilmu.edu/advising/placement.aspx 
Saturday, September 14, 2013
9:00 AM - 1:00 PM Placement Test - New Castle
Placement testing enables Wilmington University to determine the appropriate English and mathematics course placement for students according to their entering skill level. For more information, and to register for a placement test, visit http://www.wilmu.edu/advising/placement.aspx
Wednesday, September 18, 2013
10:00 AM - 2:00 PM Placement Test -- Wilson Graduate Center


Wilmington University utilizes proctored ACCUPLACER® placement tests to determine proper course placement(s) for undergraduate and graduate students. Course placement is determined according to the student’s skill level upon entering the university. Undergraduate students are tested for English and mathematics course placement. Graduate and doctoral students are required to complete an assessment of their writing skills prior to registering for their fourth course in the intended degree program. Additionally, students who were educated outside of the United States are required to take LOEP placement testing for English language proficiency. For more information, and to register for a placement test, visit http://www.wilmu.edu/advising/placement.aspx.
Thursday, September 19, 2013
5:30 PM Placement Testing - DOVER
Wilmington University utilizes proctored ACCUPLACER® placement tests to determine proper course placement(s) for undergraduate and graduate students. Course placement is determined according to the student’s skill level upon entering the university.

Undergraduate students are tested for English and mathematics course placement. Graduate and doctoral students are required to complete an assessment of their writing skills prior to registering for their fourth course in the intended degree program.

Additionally, students who were educated outside of the United States are required to take LOEP placement testing for English language proficiency.

For more information, please visit
.http://www.wilmu.edu/advising/placement.aspx 
Thursday, September 26, 2013
9:00 AM - 1:00 PM Placement Test - New Castle
Placement testing enables Wilmington University to determine the appropriate English and mathematics course placement for students according to their entering skill level. For more information, and to register for a placement test, visit http://www.wilmu.edu/advising/placement.aspx
1:00 PM - 5:00 PM Placement Test - New Castle
Placement testing enables Wilmington University to determine the appropriate English and mathematics course placement for students according to their entering skill level. For more information, and to register for a placement test, visit http://www.wilmu.edu/advising/placement.aspx
5:00 PM - 9:00 PM Placement Test - New Castle
Placement testing enables Wilmington University to determine the appropriate English and mathematics course placement for students according to their entering skill level. For more information, and to register for a placement test, visit http://www.wilmu.edu/advising/placement.aspx
5:30 PM Placement Testing - DOVER
Wilmington University utilizes proctored ACCUPLACER® placement tests to determine proper course placement(s) for undergraduate and graduate students. Course placement is determined according to the student’s skill level upon entering the university.

Undergraduate students are tested for English and mathematics course placement. Graduate and doctoral students are required to complete an assessment of their writing skills prior to registering for their fourth course in the intended degree program.

Additionally, students who were educated outside of the United States are required to take LOEP placement testing for English language proficiency.

For more information, please visit
.http://www.wilmu.edu/advising/placement.aspx 
Saturday, September 28, 2013
9:00 AM - 1:00 PM Placement Test - New Castle
Placement testing enables Wilmington University to determine the appropriate English and mathematics course placement for students according to their entering skill level. For more information, and to register for a placement test, visit http://www.wilmu.edu/advising/placement.aspx
9:00 AM - 1:00 PM Placement Test -- Wilson Graduate Center

Wilmington University utilizes proctored ACCUPLACER® placement tests to determine proper course placement(s) for undergraduate and graduate students. Course placement is determined according to the student’s skill level upon entering the university. Undergraduate students are tested for English and mathematics course placement. Graduate and doctoral students are required to complete an assessment of their writing skills prior to registering for their fourth course in the intended degree program. Additionally, students who were educated outside of the United States are required to take LOEP placement testing for English language proficiency. For more information, and to register for a placement test, visit http://www.wilmu.edu/advising/placement.aspx

9:00 AM Placement Testing - DOVER

Wilmington University utilizes proctored ACCUPLACER® placement tests to determine proper course placement(s) for undergraduate and graduate students. Course placement is determined according to the student’s skill level upon entering the university.

Undergraduate students are tested for English and mathematics course placement. Graduate and doctoral students are required to complete an assessment of their writing skills prior to registering for their fourth course in the intended degree program

Additionally, students who were educated outside of the United States are required to take LOEP placement testing for English language proficiency.

For more information, please visit http://www.wilmu.edu/advising/placement.aspx

Wednesday, October 02, 2013
10:00 AM - 2:00 PM Placement Test -- Wilson Graduate Center


Wilmington University utilizes proctored ACCUPLACER® placement tests to determine proper course placement(s) for undergraduate and graduate students. Course placement is determined according to the student’s skill level upon entering the university. Undergraduate students are tested for English and mathematics course placement. Graduate and doctoral students are required to complete an assessment of their writing skills prior to registering for their fourth course in the intended degree program. Additionally, students who were educated outside of the United States are required to take LOEP placement testing for English language proficiency. For more information, and to register for a placement test, visit http://www.wilmu.edu/advising/placement.aspx.
Thursday, October 03, 2013
9:00 AM - 1:00 PM Placement Test - New Castle
Placement testing enables Wilmington University to determine the appropriate English and mathematics course placement for students according to their entering skill level. For more information, and to register for a placement test, visit http://www.wilmu.edu/advising/placement.aspx
1:00 PM - 5:00 PM Placement Test - New Castle
Placement testing enables Wilmington University to determine the appropriate English and mathematics course placement for students according to their entering skill level. For more information, and to register for a placement test, visit http://www.wilmu.edu/advising/placement.aspx
5:00 PM - 9:00 PM Placement Test - New Castle
Placement testing enables Wilmington University to determine the appropriate English and mathematics course placement for students according to their entering skill level. For more information, and to register for a placement test, visit http://www.wilmu.edu/advising/placement.aspx
5:30 PM Placement Testing - DOVER
Wilmington University utilizes proctored ACCUPLACER® placement tests to determine proper course placement(s) for undergraduate and graduate students. Course placement is determined according to the student’s skill level upon entering the university.

Undergraduate students are tested for English and mathematics course placement. Graduate and doctoral students are required to complete an assessment of their writing skills prior to registering for their fourth course in the intended degree program.

Additionally, students who were educated outside of the United States are required to take LOEP placement testing for English language proficiency.

For more information, please visit
.http://www.wilmu.edu/advising/placement.aspx 
Saturday, October 05, 2013
9:00 AM - 1:00 PM Placement Test - New Castle
Placement testing enables Wilmington University to determine the appropriate English and mathematics course placement for students according to their entering skill level. For more information, and to register for a placement test, visit http://www.wilmu.edu/advising/placement.aspx
9:00 AM - 1:00 PM Placement Test -- Wilson Graduate Center

Wilmington University utilizes proctored ACCUPLACER® placement tests to determine proper course placement(s) for undergraduate and graduate students. Course placement is determined according to the student’s skill level upon entering the university. Undergraduate students are tested for English and mathematics course placement. Graduate and doctoral students are required to complete an assessment of their writing skills prior to registering for their fourth course in the intended degree program. Additionally, students who were educated outside of the United States are required to take LOEP placement testing for English language proficiency. For more information, and to register for a placement test, visit http://www.wilmu.edu/advising/placement.aspx

Thursday, October 10, 2013
5:30 PM Placement Testing - DOVER
Wilmington University utilizes proctored ACCUPLACER® placement tests to determine proper course placement(s) for undergraduate and graduate students. Course placement is determined according to the student’s skill level upon entering the university.

Undergraduate students are tested for English and mathematics course placement. Graduate and doctoral students are required to complete an assessment of their writing skills prior to registering for their fourth course in the intended degree program.

Additionally, students who were educated outside of the United States are required to take LOEP placement testing for English language proficiency.

For more information, please visit
.http://www.wilmu.edu/advising/placement.aspx 
Wednesday, October 16, 2013
10:00 AM - 2:00 PM Placement Test -- Wilson Graduate Center


Wilmington University utilizes proctored ACCUPLACER® placement tests to determine proper course placement(s) for undergraduate and graduate students. Course placement is determined according to the student’s skill level upon entering the university. Undergraduate students are tested for English and mathematics course placement. Graduate and doctoral students are required to complete an assessment of their writing skills prior to registering for their fourth course in the intended degree program. Additionally, students who were educated outside of the United States are required to take LOEP placement testing for English language proficiency. For more information, and to register for a placement test, visit http://www.wilmu.edu/advising/placement.aspx.
Thursday, October 17, 2013
9:00 AM - 1:00 PM Placement Test - New Castle
Placement testing enables Wilmington University to determine the appropriate English and mathematics course placement for students according to their entering skill level. For more information, and to register for a placement test, visit http://www.wilmu.edu/advising/placement.aspx
1:00 PM - 5:00 PM Placement Test - New Castle
Placement testing enables Wilmington University to determine the appropriate English and mathematics course placement for students according to their entering skill level. For more information, and to register for a placement test, visit http://www.wilmu.edu/advising/placement.aspx
5:00 PM - 9:00 PM Placement Test - New Castle
Placement testing enables Wilmington University to determine the appropriate English and mathematics course placement for students according to their entering skill level. For more information, and to register for a placement test, visit http://www.wilmu.edu/advising/placement.aspx
5:30 PM Placement Testing - DOVER
Wilmington University utilizes proctored ACCUPLACER® placement tests to determine proper course placement(s) for undergraduate and graduate students. Course placement is determined according to the student’s skill level upon entering the university.

Undergraduate students are tested for English and mathematics course placement. Graduate and doctoral students are required to complete an assessment of their writing skills prior to registering for their fourth course in the intended degree program.

Additionally, students who were educated outside of the United States are required to take LOEP placement testing for English language proficiency.

For more information, please visit
.http://www.wilmu.edu/advising/placement.aspx 
Saturday, October 19, 2013
9:00 AM - 1:00 PM Placement Test -- Wilson Graduate Center

Wilmington University utilizes proctored ACCUPLACER® placement tests to determine proper course placement(s) for undergraduate and graduate students. Course placement is determined according to the student’s skill level upon entering the university. Undergraduate students are tested for English and mathematics course placement. Graduate and doctoral students are required to complete an assessment of their writing skills prior to registering for their fourth course in the intended degree program. Additionally, students who were educated outside of the United States are required to take LOEP placement testing for English language proficiency. For more information, and to register for a placement test, visit http://www.wilmu.edu/advising/placement.aspx

Monday, October 21, 2013
9:00 AM - 1:00 PM Placement Test - New Castle
Placement testing enables Wilmington University to determine the appropriate English and mathematics course placement for students according to their entering skill level. For more information, and to register for a placement test, visit http://www.wilmu.edu/advising/placement.aspx
1:00 PM - 5:00 PM Placement Test - New Castle
Placement testing enables Wilmington University to determine the appropriate English and mathematics course placement for students according to their entering skill level. For more information, and to register for a placement test, visit http://www.wilmu.edu/advising/placement.aspx
5:00 PM - 9:00 PM Placement Test - New Castle
Placement testing enables Wilmington University to determine the appropriate English and mathematics course placement for students according to their entering skill level. For more information, and to register for a placement test, visit http://www.wilmu.edu/advising/placement.aspx
Tuesday, October 22, 2013
9:00 AM - 1:00 PM Placement Test - New Castle
Placement testing enables Wilmington University to determine the appropriate English and mathematics course placement for students according to their entering skill level. For more information, and to register for a placement test, visit http://www.wilmu.edu/advising/placement.aspx
1:00 PM - 5:00 PM Placement Test - New Castle
Placement testing enables Wilmington University to determine the appropriate English and mathematics course placement for students according to their entering skill level. For more information, and to register for a placement test, visit http://www.wilmu.edu/advising/placement.aspx
5:00 PM - 9:00 PM Placement Test - New Castle
Placement testing enables Wilmington University to determine the appropriate English and mathematics course placement for students according to their entering skill level. For more information, and to register for a placement test, visit http://www.wilmu.edu/advising/placement.aspx
Wednesday, October 23, 2013
9:00 AM - 1:00 PM Placement Test - New Castle
Placement testing enables Wilmington University to determine the appropriate English and mathematics course placement for students according to their entering skill level. For more information, and to register for a placement test, visit http://www.wilmu.edu/advising/placement.aspx
1:00 PM - 5:00 PM Placement Test - New Castle
Placement testing enables Wilmington University to determine the appropriate English and mathematics course placement for students according to their entering skill level. For more information, and to register for a placement test, visit http://www.wilmu.edu/advising/placement.aspx
5:00 PM - 9:00 PM Placement Test - New Castle
Placement testing enables Wilmington University to determine the appropriate English and mathematics course placement for students according to their entering skill level. For more information, and to register for a placement test, visit http://www.wilmu.edu/advising/placement.aspx
Thursday, October 24, 2013
9:00 AM - 1:00 PM Placement Test - New Castle
Placement testing enables Wilmington University to determine the appropriate English and mathematics course placement for students according to their entering skill level. For more information, and to register for a placement test, visit http://www.wilmu.edu/advising/placement.aspx
9:00 AM Placement Testing - DOVER

Wilmington University utilizes proctored ACCUPLACER® placement tests to determine proper course placement(s) for undergraduate and graduate students. Course placement is determined according to the student’s skill level upon entering the university.

Undergraduate students are tested for English and mathematics course placement. Graduate and doctoral students are required to complete an assessment of their writing skills prior to registering for their fourth course in the intended degree program

Additionally, students who were educated outside of the United States are required to take LOEP placement testing for English language proficiency.

For more information, please visit http://www.wilmu.edu/advising/placement.aspx 


10:00 AM - 2:00 PM Placement Test -- Wilson Graduate Center


Wilmington University utilizes proctored ACCUPLACER® placement tests to determine proper course placement(s) for undergraduate and graduate students. Course placement is determined according to the student’s skill level upon entering the university. Undergraduate students are tested for English and mathematics course placement. Graduate and doctoral students are required to complete an assessment of their writing skills prior to registering for their fourth course in the intended degree program. Additionally, students who were educated outside of the United States are required to take LOEP placement testing for English language proficiency. For more information, and to register for a placement test, visit http://www.wilmu.edu/advising/placement.aspx.
1:00 PM - 5:00 PM Placement Test - New Castle
Placement testing enables Wilmington University to determine the appropriate English and mathematics course placement for students according to their entering skill level. For more information, and to register for a placement test, visit http://www.wilmu.edu/advising/placement.aspx
1:00 PM Placement Testing - DOVER

Wilmington University utilizes proctored ACCUPLACER® placement tests to determine proper course placement(s) for undergraduate and graduate students. Course placement is determined according to the student’s skill level upon entering the university.

Undergraduate students are tested for English and mathematics course placement. Graduate and doctoral students are required to complete an assessment of their writing skills prior to registering for their fourth course in the intended degree program

Additionally, students who were educated outside of the United States are required to take LOEP placement testing for English language proficiency.

For more information, please visit http://www.wilmu.edu/advising/placement.aspx 


5:00 PM - 9:00 PM Placement Test - New Castle
Placement testing enables Wilmington University to determine the appropriate English and mathematics course placement for students according to their entering skill level. For more information, and to register for a placement test, visit http://www.wilmu.edu/advising/placement.aspx
5:30 PM Placement Testing - DOVER
Wilmington University utilizes proctored ACCUPLACER® placement tests to determine proper course placement(s) for undergraduate and graduate students. Course placement is determined according to the student’s skill level upon entering the university.

Undergraduate students are tested for English and mathematics course placement. Graduate and doctoral students are required to complete an assessment of their writing skills prior to registering for their fourth course in the intended degree program.

Additionally, students who were educated outside of the United States are required to take LOEP placement testing for English language proficiency.

For more information, please visit
.http://www.wilmu.edu/advising/placement.aspx 
Friday, October 25, 2013
9:00 AM - 1:00 PM Placement Test - New Castle
Placement testing enables Wilmington University to determine the appropriate English and mathematics course placement for students according to their entering skill level. For more information, and to register for a placement test, visit http://www.wilmu.edu/advising/placement.aspx
10:00 AM - 2:00 PM Placement Test -- Wilson Graduate Center


Wilmington University utilizes proctored ACCUPLACER® placement tests to determine proper course placement(s) for undergraduate and graduate students. Course placement is determined according to the student’s skill level upon entering the university. Undergraduate students are tested for English and mathematics course placement. Graduate and doctoral students are required to complete an assessment of their writing skills prior to registering for their fourth course in the intended degree program. Additionally, students who were educated outside of the United States are required to take LOEP placement testing for English language proficiency. For more information, and to register for a placement test, visit http://www.wilmu.edu/advising/placement.aspx.
1:00 PM - 5:00 PM Placement Test - New Castle
Placement testing enables Wilmington University to determine the appropriate English and mathematics course placement for students according to their entering skill level. For more information, and to register for a placement test, visit http://www.wilmu.edu/advising/placement.aspx
Saturday, October 26, 2013
9:00 AM Placement Testing - DOVER

Wilmington University utilizes proctored ACCUPLACER® placement tests to determine proper course placement(s) for undergraduate and graduate students. Course placement is determined according to the student’s skill level upon entering the university.

Undergraduate students are tested for English and mathematics course placement. Graduate and doctoral students are required to complete an assessment of their writing skills prior to registering for their fourth course in the intended degree program

Additionally, students who were educated outside of the United States are required to take LOEP placement testing for English language proficiency.

For more information, please visithttp://www.wilmu.edu/advising/placement.aspx

Saturday, November 02, 2013
9:00 AM - 1:00 PM Placement Test -- Wilson Graduate Center
Wilmington University utilizes proctored ACCUPLACER® placement tests to determine proper course placement(s) for undergraduate and graduate students. Course placement is determined according to the student’s skill level upon entering the university. Undergraduate students are tested for English and mathematics course placement. Graduate and doctoral students are required to complete an assessment of their writing skills prior to registering for their fourth course in the intended degree program. Additionally, students who were educated outside of the United States are required to take LOEP placement testing for English language proficiency. For more information, and to register for a placement test, visit http://www.wilmu.edu/advising/placement.aspx.
Thursday, November 07, 2013
9:00 AM - 1:00 PM Placement Test - New Castle
Placement testing enables Wilmington University to determine the appropriate English and mathematics course placement for students according to their entering skill level. For more information, and to register for a placement test, visit http://www.wilmu.edu/advising/placement.aspx
9:00 AM Placement Testing - DOVER
Wilmington University utilizes proctored ACCUPLACER® placement tests to determine proper course placement(s) for undergraduate and graduate students. Course placement is determined according to the student’s skill level upon entering the university.

Undergraduate students are tested for English and mathematics course placement. Graduate and doctoral students are required to complete an assessment of their writing skills prior to registering for their fourth course in the intended degree program.

Additionally, students who were educated outside of the United States are required to take LOEP placement testing for English language proficiency. 

For more information, please visit
.http://www.wilmu.edu/advising/placement.aspx.
1:00 PM - 5:00 PM Placement Test - New Castle
Placement testing enables Wilmington University to determine the appropriate English and mathematics course placement for students according to their entering skill level. For more information, and to register for a placement test, visit http://www.wilmu.edu/advising/placement.aspx
5:00 PM - 9:00 PM Placement Test - New Castle
Placement testing enables Wilmington University to determine the appropriate English and mathematics course placement for students according to their entering skill level. For more information, and to register for a placement test, visit http://www.wilmu.edu/advising/placement.aspx
Saturday, November 09, 2013
9:00 AM - 1:00 PM Placement Test - New Castle
Placement testing enables Wilmington University to determine the appropriate English and mathematics course placement for students according to their entering skill level. For more information, and to register for a placement test, visit http://www.wilmu.edu/advising/placement.aspx
Wednesday, November 13, 2013
10:00 AM - 2:00 PM Placement Test -- Wilson Graduate Center
Wilmington University utilizes proctored ACCUPLACER® placement tests to determine proper course placement(s) for undergraduate and graduate students. Course placement is determined according to the student’s skill level upon entering the university. Undergraduate students are tested for English and mathematics course placement. Graduate and doctoral students are required to complete an assessment of their writing skills prior to registering for their fourth course in the intended degree program. Additionally, students who were educated outside of the United States are required to take LOEP placement testing for English language proficiency. For more information, and to register for a placement test, visit http://www.wilmu.edu/advising/placement.aspx.
Thursday, November 14, 2013
1:00 PM Placement Testing - DOVER

Wilmington University utilizes proctored ACCUPLACER® placement tests to determine proper course placement(s) for undergraduate and graduate students. Course placement is determined according to the student’s skill level upon entering the university.

Undergraduate students are tested for English and mathematics course placement. Graduate and doctoral students are required to complete an assessment of their writing skills prior to registering for their fourth course in the intended degree program.

Additionally, students who were educated outside of the United States are required to take LOEP placement testing for English language proficiency. 

For more information, please visit
.http://www.wilmu.edu/advising/placement.aspx 

Saturday, November 16, 2013
9:00 AM - 1:00 PM Placement Test -- Wilson Graduate Center
Wilmington University utilizes proctored ACCUPLACER® placement tests to determine proper course placement(s) for undergraduate and graduate students. Course placement is determined according to the student’s skill level upon entering the university. Undergraduate students are tested for English and mathematics course placement. Graduate and doctoral students are required to complete an assessment of their writing skills prior to registering for their fourth course in the intended degree program. Additionally, students who were educated outside of the United States are required to take LOEP placement testing for English language proficiency. To register for a placement test, please click on the yellow Registration button above.
9:00 AM Placement Testing - DOVER

Wilmington University utilizes proctored ACCUPLACER® placement tests to determine proper course placement(s) for undergraduate and graduate students. Course placement is determined according to the student’s skill level upon entering the university.

Undergraduate students are tested for English and mathematics course placement. Graduate and doctoral students are required to complete an assessment of their writing skills prior to registering for their fourth course in the intended degree program

Additionally, students who were educated outside of the United States are required to take LOEP placement testing for English language proficiency.

For more information, please visithttp://www.wilmu.edu/advising/placement.aspx

Wednesday, November 20, 2013
9:00 AM (Cancelled) Placement Testing - DOVER

Wilmington University utilizes proctored ACCUPLACER® placement tests to determine proper course placement(s) for undergraduate and graduate students. Course placement is determined according to the student’s skill level upon entering the university.

Undergraduate students are tested for English and mathematics course placement. Graduate and doctoral students are required to complete an assessment of their writing skills prior to registering for their fourth course in the intended degree program

Additionally, students who were educated outside of the United States are required to take LOEP placement testing for English language proficiency.

For more information, please visithttp://www.wilmu.edu/advising/placement.aspx

9:00 AM - 1:00 PM (Cancelled) Placement Testing - DOVER

Wilmington University utilizes proctored ACCUPLACER® placement tests to determine proper course placement(s) for undergraduate and graduate students.  Course placement is determined according to the student’s skill level upon entering the university.

Undergraduate students are tested for English and mathematics course placement. Graduate and doctoral students are required to complete an assessment of their writing skills prior to registering for their fourth course in the intended degree program.

Additionally, students who were educated outside of the United States are required to take LOEP placement testing for English language proficiency. 

For more information, please visit
.http://www.wilmu.edu/advising/placement.aspx 

9:00 AM Placement Testing - DOVER

Wilmington University utilizes proctored ACCUPLACER® placement tests to determine proper course placement(s) for undergraduate and graduate students.  Course placement is determined according to the student’s skill level upon entering the university.

Undergraduate students are tested for English and mathematics course placement. Graduate and doctoral students are required to complete an assessment of their writing skills prior to registering for their fourth course in the intended degree program.

Additionally, students who were educated outside of the United States are required to take LOEP placement testing for English language proficiency. 

For more information, please visit
http://www.wilmu.edu/advising/placement.aspx 

1:00 PM (Cancelled) Placement Testing - DOVER

Wilmington University utilizes proctored ACCUPLACER® placement tests to determine proper course placement(s) for undergraduate and graduate students. Course placement is determined according to the student’s skill level upon entering the university.

Undergraduate students are tested for English and mathematics course placement. Graduate and doctoral students are required to complete an assessment of their writing skills prior to registering for their fourth course in the intended degree program

Additionally, students who were educated outside of the United States are required to take LOEP placement testing for English language proficiency.

For more information, please visithttp://www.wilmu.edu/advising/placement.aspx

1:00 PM - 5:00 PM (Cancelled) Placement Testing - DOVER

Wilmington University utilizes proctored ACCUPLACER® placement tests to determine proper course placement(s) for undergraduate and graduate students.  Course placement is determined according to the student’s skill level upon entering the university.

Undergraduate students are tested for English and mathematics course placement. Graduate and doctoral students are required to complete an assessment of their writing skills prior to registering for their fourth course in the intended degree program.

Additionally, students who were educated outside of the United States are required to take LOEP placement testing for English language proficiency. 

For more information, please visit
.http://www.wilmu.edu/advising/placement.aspx 

1:00 PM (Cancelled) Placement Testing - DOVER

Wilmington University utilizes proctored ACCUPLACER® placement tests to determine proper course placement(s) for undergraduate and graduate students.  Course placement is determined according to the student’s skill level upon entering the university.

Undergraduate students are tested for English and mathematics course placement. Graduate and doctoral students are required to complete an assessment of their writing skills prior to registering for their fourth course in the intended degree program.

Additionally, students who were educated outside of the United States are required to take LOEP placement testing for English language proficiency. 

For more information, please visit
http://www.wilmu.edu/advising/placement.aspx 

5:00 PM Placement Testing - DOVER

Wilmington University utilizes proctored ACCUPLACER® placement tests to determine proper course placement(s) for undergraduate and graduate students.  Course placement is determined according to the student’s skill level upon entering the university.

Undergraduate students are tested for English and mathematics course placement. Graduate and doctoral students are required to complete an assessment of their writing skills prior to registering for their fourth course in the intended degree program.

Additionally, students who were educated outside of the United States are required to take LOEP placement testing for English language proficiency. 

For more information, please visit
.http://www.wilmu.edu/advising/placement.aspx 

Thursday, November 21, 2013
9:00 AM - 1:00 PM Placement Test - New Castle
Placement testing enables Wilmington University to determine the appropriate English and mathematics course placement for students according to their entering skill level. For more information, and to register for a placement test, visit http://www.wilmu.edu/advising/placement.aspx
1:00 PM - 5:00 PM Placement Test - New Castle
Placement testing enables Wilmington University to determine the appropriate English and mathematics course placement for students according to their entering skill level. For more information, and to register for a placement test, visit http://www.wilmu.edu/advising/placement.aspx
5:00 PM - 9:00 PM Placement Test - New Castle
Placement testing enables Wilmington University to determine the appropriate English and mathematics course placement for students according to their entering skill level. For more information, and to register for a placement test, visit http://www.wilmu.edu/advising/placement.aspx
Saturday, November 23, 2013
9:00 AM - 1:00 PM Placement Test - New Castle
Placement testing enables Wilmington University to determine the appropriate English and mathematics course placement for students according to their entering skill level. For more information, and to register for a placement test, visit http://www.wilmu.edu/advising/placement.aspx
Monday, November 25, 2013
9:00 AM Placement Testing - DOVER

Wilmington University utilizes proctored ACCUPLACER® placement tests to determine proper course placement(s) for undergraduate and graduate students.  Course placement is determined according to the student’s skill level upon entering the university.

Undergraduate students are tested for English and mathematics course placement. Graduate and doctoral students are required to complete an assessment of their writing skills prior to registering for their fourth course in the intended degree program.

Additionally, students who were educated outside of the United States are required to take LOEP placement testing for English language proficiency. 

For more information, please visit
.http://www.wilmu.edu/advising/placement.aspx 

9:00 AM - 1:00 PM (Cancelled) Placement Testing - DOVER

Wilmington University utilizes proctored ACCUPLACER® placement tests to determine proper course placement(s) for undergraduate and graduate students.  Course placement is determined according to the student’s skill level upon entering the university.

Undergraduate students are tested for English and mathematics course placement. Graduate and doctoral students are required to complete an assessment of their writing skills prior to registering for their fourth course in the intended degree program.

Additionally, students who were educated outside of the United States are required to take LOEP placement testing for English language proficiency. 

For more information, please visit
.http://www.wilmu.edu/advising/placement.aspx 

Wednesday, December 04, 2013
9:00 AM - 1:00 PM Placement Test - Middletown

Wilmington University utilizes proctored ACCUPLACER® placement tests to determine proper course placement(s) for undergraduate and graduate students. Course placement is determined according to the student’s skill level upon entering the university.

Undergraduate students are tested for English and mathematics course placement. Graduate and doctoral students are required to complete an assessment of their writing skills prior to registering for their fourth course in the intended degree program

Additionally, students who were educated outside of the United States are required to take LOEP placement testing for English language proficiency.

For more information, please visit:http://www.wilmu.edu/advising/placement.aspx

Thursday, December 05, 2013
9:00 AM - 1:00 PM Placement Test - New Castle
Placement testing enables Wilmington University to determine the appropriate English and mathematics course placement for students according to their entering skill level. For more information, and to register for a placement test, visit http://www.wilmu.edu/advising/placement.aspx
1:00 PM - 5:00 PM Placement Test - New Castle
Placement testing enables Wilmington University to determine the appropriate English and mathematics course placement for students according to their entering skill level. For more information, and to register for a placement test, visit http://www.wilmu.edu/advising/placement.aspx
1:00 PM Placement Testing - DOVER

Wilmington University utilizes proctored ACCUPLACER® placement tests to determine proper course placement(s) for undergraduate and graduate students.  Course placement is determined according to the student’s skill level upon entering the university.

Undergraduate students are tested for English and mathematics course placement. Graduate and doctoral students are required to complete an assessment of their writing skills prior to registering for their fourth course in the intended degree program.

Additionally, students who were educated outside of the United States are required to take LOEP placement testing for English language proficiency. 

For more information, please visit
http://www.wilmu.edu/advising/placement.aspx 

5:00 PM - 9:00 PM Placement Test - New Castle
Placement testing enables Wilmington University to determine the appropriate English and mathematics course placement for students according to their entering skill level. For more information, and to register for a placement test, visit http://www.wilmu.edu/advising/placement.aspx
Saturday, December 07, 2013
9:00 AM - 1:00 PM Placement Test - New Castle
Placement testing enables Wilmington University to determine the appropriate English and mathematics course placement for students according to their entering skill level. For more information, and to register for a placement test, visit http://www.wilmu.edu/advising/placement.aspx
9:00 AM Placement Testing - DOVER

Wilmington University utilizes proctored ACCUPLACER® placement tests to determine proper course placement(s) for undergraduate and graduate students. Course placement is determined according to the student’s skill level upon entering the university.

Undergraduate students are tested for English and mathematics course placement. Graduate and doctoral students are required to complete an assessment of their writing skills prior to registering for their fourth course in the intended degree program

Additionally, students who were educated outside of the United States are required to take LOEP placement testing for English language proficiency.

For more information, please visithttp://www.wilmu.edu/advising/placement.aspx.

Wednesday, December 11, 2013
10:00 AM - 2:00 PM Placement Test -- Wilson Graduate Center
Wilmington University utilizes proctored ACCUPLACER® placement tests to determine proper course placement(s) for undergraduate and graduate students. Course placement is determined according to the student’s skill level upon entering the university. Undergraduate students are tested for English and mathematics course placement. Graduate and doctoral students are required to complete an assessment of their writing skills prior to registering for their fourth course in the intended degree program. Additionally, students who were educated outside of the United States are required to take LOEP placement testing for English language proficiency. For more information, and to register for a placement test, visit http://www.wilmu.edu/advising/placement.aspx.
Thursday, December 12, 2013
9:00 AM Placement Testing - DOVER
Wilmington University utilizes proctored ACCUPLACER® placement tests to determine proper course placement(s) for undergraduate and graduate students.  Course placement is determined according to the student’s skill level upon entering the university.

Undergraduate students are tested for English and mathematics course placement. Graduate and doctoral students are required to complete an assessment of their writing skills prior to registering for their fourth course in the intended degree program.

Additionally, students who were educated outside of the United States are required to take LOEP placement testing for English language proficiency. 

For more information, please visit
http://www.wilmu.edu/advising/placement.aspx.
Saturday, December 14, 2013
9:00 AM - 1:00 PM Placement Test -- Wilson Graduate Center
Wilmington University utilizes proctored ACCUPLACER® placement tests to determine proper course placement(s) for undergraduate and graduate students. Course placement is determined according to the student’s skill level upon entering the university. Undergraduate students are tested for English and mathematics course placement. Graduate and doctoral students are required to complete an assessment of their writing skills prior to registering for their fourth course in the intended degree program. Additionally, students who were educated outside of the United States are required to take LOEP placement testing for English language proficiency. For more information, and to register for a placement test, visit http://www.wilmu.edu/advising/placement.aspx.
Monday, December 16, 2013
9:00 AM - 1:00 PM Placement Test - New Castle
Placement testing enables Wilmington University to determine the appropriate English and mathematics course placement for students according to their entering skill level. For more information, and to register for a placement test, visit http://www.wilmu.edu/advising/placement.aspx
1:00 PM - 5:00 PM Placement Test - New Castle
Placement testing enables Wilmington University to determine the appropriate English and mathematics course placement for students according to their entering skill level. For more information, and to register for a placement test, visit http://www.wilmu.edu/advising/placement.aspx
5:00 PM - 9:00 PM Placement Test - New Castle
Placement testing enables Wilmington University to determine the appropriate English and mathematics course placement for students according to their entering skill level. For more information, and to register for a placement test, visit http://www.wilmu.edu/advising/placement.aspx
Tuesday, December 17, 2013
9:00 AM - 1:00 PM Placement Test - New Castle
Placement testing enables Wilmington University to determine the appropriate English and mathematics course placement for students according to their entering skill level. For more information, and to register for a placement test, visit http://www.wilmu.edu/advising/placement.aspx
1:00 PM - 5:00 PM Placement Test - New Castle
Placement testing enables Wilmington University to determine the appropriate English and mathematics course placement for students according to their entering skill level. For more information, and to register for a placement test, visit http://www.wilmu.edu/advising/placement.aspx
5:00 PM - 9:00 PM Placement Test - New Castle
Placement testing enables Wilmington University to determine the appropriate English and mathematics course placement for students according to their entering skill level. For more information, and to register for a placement test, visit http://www.wilmu.edu/advising/placement.aspx
Wednesday, December 18, 2013
9:00 AM - 1:00 PM Placement Test - New Castle
Placement testing enables Wilmington University to determine the appropriate English and mathematics course placement for students according to their entering skill level. For more information, and to register for a placement test, visit http://www.wilmu.edu/advising/placement.aspx
9:00 AM (Cancelled) Placement Testing - DOVER

Wilmington University utilizes proctored ACCUPLACER® placement tests to determine proper course placement(s) for undergraduate and graduate students. Course placement is determined according to the student’s skill level upon entering the university.

Undergraduate students are tested for English and mathematics course placement. Graduate and doctoral students are required to complete an assessment of their writing skills prior to registering for their fourth course in the intended degree program

Additionally, students who were educated outside of the United States are required to take LOEP placement testing for English language proficiency.

For more information, please visithttp://www.wilmu.edu/advising/placement.aspx.

9:00 AM Placement Testing - DOVER
Wilmington University utilizes proctored ACCUPLACER® placement tests to determine proper course placement(s) for undergraduate and graduate students.  Course placement is determined according to the student’s skill level upon entering the university.

Undergraduate students are tested for English and mathematics course placement. Graduate and doctoral students are required to complete an assessment of their writing skills prior to registering for their fourth course in the intended degree program.

Additionally, students who were educated outside of the United States are required to take LOEP placement testing for English language proficiency. 

For more information, please visit
http://www.wilmu.edu/advising/placement.aspx.
1:00 PM - 5:00 PM Placement Test - New Castle
Placement testing enables Wilmington University to determine the appropriate English and mathematics course placement for students according to their entering skill level. For more information, and to register for a placement test, visit http://www.wilmu.edu/advising/placement.aspx
1:00 PM (Cancelled) Placement Testing - DOVER

Wilmington University utilizes proctored ACCUPLACER® placement tests to determine proper course placement(s) for undergraduate and graduate students. Course placement is determined according to the student’s skill level upon entering the university.

Undergraduate students are tested for English and mathematics course placement. Graduate and doctoral students are required to complete an assessment of their writing skills prior to registering for their fourth course in the intended degree program

Additionally, students who were educated outside of the United States are required to take LOEP placement testing for English language proficiency.

For more information, please visithttp://www.wilmu.edu/advising/placement.aspx.

1:00 PM - 5:00 PM Placement Testing - DOVER
Wilmington University utilizes proctored ACCUPLACER® placement tests to determine proper course placement(s) for undergraduate and graduate students.  Course placement is determined according to the student’s skill level upon entering the university.

Undergraduate students are tested for English and mathematics course placement. Graduate and doctoral students are required to complete an assessment of their writing skills prior to registering for their fourth course in the intended degree program.

Additionally, students who were educated outside of the United States are required to take LOEP placement testing for English language proficiency. 

For more information, please visit
http://www.wilmu.edu/advising/placement.aspx.
5:00 PM - 9:00 PM Placement Test - New Castle
Placement testing enables Wilmington University to determine the appropriate English and mathematics course placement for students according to their entering skill level. For more information, and to register for a placement test, visit http://www.wilmu.edu/advising/placement.aspx
5:00 PM Placement Testing - DOVER

Wilmington University utilizes proctored ACCUPLACER® placement tests to determine proper course placement(s) for undergraduate and graduate students.  Course placement is determined according to the student’s skill level upon entering the university.

Undergraduate students are tested for English and mathematics course placement. Graduate and doctoral students are required to complete an assessment of their writing skills prior to registering for their fourth course in the intended degree program.

Additionally, students who were educated outside of the United States are required to take LOEP placement testing for English language proficiency. 

For more information, please visit
http://www.wilmu.edu/advising/placement.aspx 

Thursday, December 19, 2013
9:00 AM - 1:00 PM (Cancelled) Placement Test - New Castle
Placement testing enables Wilmington University to determine the appropriate English and mathematics course placement for students according to their entering skill level. For more information, and to register for a placement test, visit http://www.wilmu.edu/advising/placement.aspx
1:00 PM - 5:00 PM (Cancelled) Placement Test - New Castle
Placement testing enables Wilmington University to determine the appropriate English and mathematics course placement for students according to their entering skill level. For more information, and to register for a placement test, visit http://www.wilmu.edu/advising/placement.aspx
1:00 PM - 5:00 PM Placement Testing - DOVER
Wilmington University utilizes proctored ACCUPLACER® placement tests to determine proper course placement(s) for undergraduate and graduate students.  Course placement is determined according to the student’s skill level upon entering the university.

Undergraduate students are tested for English and mathematics course placement. Graduate and doctoral students are required to complete an assessment of their writing skills prior to registering for their fourth course in the intended degree program.

Additionally, students who were educated outside of the United States are required to take LOEP placement testing for English language proficiency. 

For more information, please visit
http://www.wilmu.edu/advising/placement.aspx.
1:30 PM - 5:30 PM Placement Test - Middletown

Wilmington University utilizes proctored ACCUPLACER® placement tests to determine proper course placement(s) for undergraduate and graduate students. Course placement is determined according to the student’s skill level upon entering the university.

Undergraduate students are tested for English and mathematics course placement. Graduate and doctoral students are required to complete an assessment of their writing skills prior to registering for their fourth course in the intended degree program

Additionally, students who were educated outside of the United States are required to take LOEP placement testing for English language proficiency.

For more information, please visit:http://www.wilmu.edu/advising/placement.aspx

5:00 PM - 9:00 PM (Cancelled) Placement Test - New Castle
Placement testing enables Wilmington University to determine the appropriate English and mathematics course placement for students according to their entering skill level. For more information, and to register for a placement test, visit http://www.wilmu.edu/advising/placement.aspx
Friday, December 20, 2013
9:00 AM - 1:00 PM (Cancelled) Placement Test - New Castle
Placement testing enables Wilmington University to determine the appropriate English and mathematics course placement for students according to their entering skill level. For more information, and to register for a placement test, visit http://www.wilmu.edu/advising/placement.aspx
1:00 PM - 5:00 PM (Cancelled) Placement Test - New Castle
Placement testing enables Wilmington University to determine the appropriate English and mathematics course placement for students according to their entering skill level. For more information, and to register for a placement test, visit http://www.wilmu.edu/advising/placement.aspx
Monday, January 06, 2014
9:00 AM - 1:00 PM Placement Test - New Castle

Placement testing enables Wilmington University to determine the appropriate English and mathematics course placement for students according to their entering skill level. For more information, and to register for a placement test, visit http://www.wilmu.edu/advising/placement.aspx

1:00 PM - 5:00 PM Placement Test - New Castle
Placement testing enables Wilmington University to determine the appropriate English and mathematics course placement for students according to their entering skill level. For more information, and to register for a placement test, visit http://www.wilmu.edu/advising/placement.aspx
5:00 PM - 9:00 PM Placement Test - New Castle
Placement testing enables Wilmington University to determine the appropriate English and mathematics course placement for students according to their entering skill level. For more information, and to register for a placement test, visit http://www.wilmu.edu/advising/placement.aspx
Tuesday, January 07, 2014
10:00 AM Placement Test -- Wilson Graduate Center
Wilmington University utilizes proctored ACCUPLACER® placement tests to determine proper course placement(s) for undergraduate and graduate students. Course placement is determined according to the student’s skill level upon entering the university. Undergraduate students are tested for English and mathematics course placement. Graduate and doctoral students are required to complete an assessment of their writing skills prior to registering for their fourth course in the intended degree program. Additionally, students who were educated outside of the United States are required to take LOEP placement testing for English language proficiency. For more information, and to register for a placement test, click the yellow registration button (above) or visit http://www.wilmu.edu/advising/placement.aspx.
2:00 PM Placement Test -- Wilson Graduate Center
Wilmington University utilizes proctored ACCUPLACER® placement tests to determine proper course placement(s) for undergraduate and graduate students. Course placement is determined according to the student’s skill level upon entering the university. Undergraduate students are tested for English and mathematics course placement. Graduate and doctoral students are required to complete an assessment of their writing skills prior to registering for their fourth course in the intended degree program. Additionally, students who were educated outside of the United States are required to take LOEP placement testing for English language proficiency. For more information, and to register for a placement test, click the yellow registration button (above) or visit http://www.wilmu.edu/advising/placement.aspx.
5:30 PM Placement Testing - DOVER

Wilmington University utilizes proctored ACCUPLACER® placement tests to determine proper course placement(s) for undergraduate and graduate students. Course placement is determined according to the student’s skill level upon entering the university.

 

Undergraduate students are tested for English and mathematics course placement. Graduate and doctoral students are required to complete an assessment of their writing skills prior to registering for their fourth course in the intended degree program

 

Additionally, students who were educated outside of the United States are required to take LOEP placement testing for English language proficiency.

 

For more information, please visit http://www.wilmu.edu/advising/placement.aspx

Wednesday, January 08, 2014
9:00 AM - 1:00 PM Placement Test - New Castle

Placement testing enables Wilmington University to determine the appropriate English and mathematics course placement for students according to their entering skill level. For more information, and to register for a placement test, visit http://www.wilmu.edu/advising/placement.aspx

1:00 PM - 5:00 PM Placement Test - New Castle
Placement testing enables Wilmington University to determine the appropriate English and mathematics course placement for students according to their entering skill level. For more information, and to register for a placement test, visit http://www.wilmu.edu/advising/placement.aspx
1:00 PM Placement Testing - DOVER

Wilmington University utilizes proctored ACCUPLACER® placement tests to determine proper course placement(s) for undergraduate and graduate students. Course placement is determined according to the student’s skill level upon entering the university.

 

Undergraduate students are tested for English and mathematics course placement. Graduate and doctoral students are required to complete an assessment of their writing skills prior to registering for their fourth course in the intended degree program

 

Additionally, students who were educated outside of the United States are required to take LOEP placement testing for English language proficiency.

 

For more information, please visit http://www.wilmu.edu/advising/placement.aspx

5:00 PM - 9:00 PM Placement Test - New Castle
Placement testing enables Wilmington University to determine the appropriate English and mathematics course placement for students according to their entering skill level. For more information, and to register for a placement test, visit http://www.wilmu.edu/advising/placement.aspx
Thursday, January 09, 2014
9:00 AM Placement Testing - DOVER

Wilmington University utilizes proctored ACCUPLACER® placement tests to determine proper course placement(s) for undergraduate and graduate students. Course placement is determined according to the student’s skill level upon entering the university.

Undergraduate students are tested for English and mathematics course placement. Graduate and doctoral students are required to complete an assessment of their writing skills prior to registering for their fourth course in the intended degree program.

Additionally, students who were educated outside of the United States are required to take LOEP placement testing for English language proficiency. 

For more information, please visit
http://www.wilmu.edu/advising/placement.aspx.

10:00 AM Placement Test -- Wilson Graduate Center
Wilmington University utilizes proctored ACCUPLACER® placement tests to determine proper course placement(s) for undergraduate and graduate students. Course placement is determined according to the student’s skill level upon entering the university. Undergraduate students are tested for English and mathematics course placement. Graduate and doctoral students are required to complete an assessment of their writing skills prior to registering for their fourth course in the intended degree program. Additionally, students who were educated outside of the United States are required to take LOEP placement testing for English language proficiency. For more information, and to register for a placement test, click the yellow registration button (above) or visit http://www.wilmu.edu/advising/placement.aspx.
5:00 PM Placement Test -- Wilson Graduate Center
Wilmington University utilizes proctored ACCUPLACER® placement tests to determine proper course placement(s) for undergraduate and graduate students. Course placement is determined according to the student’s skill level upon entering the university. Undergraduate students are tested for English and mathematics course placement. Graduate and doctoral students are required to complete an assessment of their writing skills prior to registering for their fourth course in the intended degree program. Additionally, students who were educated outside of the United States are required to take LOEP placement testing for English language proficiency. For more information, and to register for a placement test, click the yellow registration button (above) or visit http://www.wilmu.edu/advising/placement.aspx.
Friday, January 10, 2014
9:00 AM - 1:00 PM Placement Test - New Castle

Placement testing enables Wilmington University to determine the appropriate English and mathematics course placement for students according to their entering skill level. For more information, and to register for a placement test, visit http://www.wilmu.edu/advising/placement.aspx

1:00 PM - 5:00 PM Placement Test - New Castle
Placement testing enables Wilmington University to determine the appropriate English and mathematics course placement for students according to their entering skill level. For more information, and to register for a placement test, visit http://www.wilmu.edu/advising/placement.aspx
Saturday, January 11, 2014
9:00 AM - 1:00 PM Placement Test - New Castle

Placement testing enables Wilmington University to determine the appropriate English and mathematics course placement for students according to their entering skill level. For more information, and to register for a placement test, visit http://www.wilmu.edu/advising/placement.aspx

9:00 AM Placement Test -- Wilson Graduate Center
Wilmington University utilizes proctored ACCUPLACER® placement tests to determine proper course placement(s) for undergraduate and graduate students. Course placement is determined according to the student’s skill level upon entering the university. Undergraduate students are tested for English and mathematics course placement. Graduate and doctoral students are required to complete an assessment of their writing skills prior to registering for their fourth course in the intended degree program. Additionally, students who were educated outside of the United States are required to take LOEP placement testing for English language proficiency. For more information, and to register for a placement test, click the yellow registration button (above) or visit http://www.wilmu.edu/advising/placement.aspx.
Monday, January 13, 2014
9:00 AM - 1:00 PM Placement Test - New Castle

Placement testing enables Wilmington University to determine the appropriate English and mathematics course placement for students according to their entering skill level. For more information, and to register for a placement test, visit http://www.wilmu.edu/advising/placement.aspx

1:00 PM - 5:00 PM Placement Test - New Castle
Placement testing enables Wilmington University to determine the appropriate English and mathematics course placement for students according to their entering skill level. For more information, and to register for a placement test, visit http://www.wilmu.edu/advising/placement.aspx
5:00 PM - 9:00 PM (Cancelled) Placement Test - New Castle
Placement testing enables Wilmington University to determine the appropriate English and mathematics course placement for students according to their entering skill level. For more information, and to register for a placement test, visit http://www.wilmu.edu/advising/placement.aspx
Tuesday, January 14, 2014
10:00 AM Placement Test -- Wilson Graduate Center
Wilmington University utilizes proctored ACCUPLACER® placement tests to determine proper course placement(s) for undergraduate and graduate students. Course placement is determined according to the student’s skill level upon entering the university. Undergraduate students are tested for English and mathematics course placement. Graduate and doctoral students are required to complete an assessment of their writing skills prior to registering for their fourth course in the intended degree program. Additionally, students who were educated outside of the United States are required to take LOEP placement testing for English language proficiency. For more information, and to register for a placement test, click the yellow registration button (above) or visit http://www.wilmu.edu/advising/placement.aspx.
Wednesday, January 15, 2014
9:00 AM - 1:00 PM Placement Test - New Castle

Placement testing enables Wilmington University to determine the appropriate English and mathematics course placement for students according to their entering skill level. For more information, and to register for a placement test, visit http://www.wilmu.edu/advising/placement.aspx

1:00 PM - 5:00 PM Placement Test - New Castle
Placement testing enables Wilmington University to determine the appropriate English and mathematics course placement for students according to their entering skill level. For more information, and to register for a placement test, visit http://www.wilmu.edu/advising/placement.aspx
5:00 PM - 9:00 PM Placement Test - New Castle

Placement testing enables Wilmington University to determine the appropriate English and mathematics course placement for students according to their entering skill level. For more information, and to register for a placement test, visit http://www.wilmu.edu/advising/placement.aspx

Thursday, January 16, 2014
10:00 AM Placement Test -- Wilson Graduate Center
Wilmington University utilizes proctored ACCUPLACER® placement tests to determine proper course placement(s) for undergraduate and graduate students. Course placement is determined according to the student’s skill level upon entering the university. Undergraduate students are tested for English and mathematics course placement. Graduate and doctoral students are required to complete an assessment of their writing skills prior to registering for their fourth course in the intended degree program. Additionally, students who were educated outside of the United States are required to take LOEP placement testing for English language proficiency. For more information, and to register for a placement test, click the yellow registration button (above) or visit http://www.wilmu.edu/advising/placement.aspx.
Friday, January 17, 2014
9:00 AM - 1:00 PM Placement Test - New Castle

Placement testing enables Wilmington University to determine the appropriate English and mathematics course placement for students according to their entering skill level. For more information, and to register for a placement test, visit http://www.wilmu.edu/advising/placement.aspx

10:00 AM - 2:00 PM Placement Test - Middletown

Wilmington University utilizes proctored ACCUPLACER® placement tests to determine proper course placement(s) for undergraduate and graduate students. Course placement is determined according to the student’s skill level upon entering the university.

Undergraduate students are tested for English and mathematics course placement. Graduate and doctoral students are required to complete an assessment of their writing skills prior to registering for their fourth course in the intended degree program

Additionally, students who were educated outside of the United States are required to take LOEP placement testing for English language proficiency.

For more information, please visit:http://www.wilmu.edu/advising/placement.aspx

1:00 PM - 5:00 PM Placement Test - New Castle
Placement testing enables Wilmington University to determine the appropriate English and mathematics course placement for students according to their entering skill level. For more information, and to register for a placement test, visit http://www.wilmu.edu/advising/placement.aspx
5:30 PM Placement Testing - DOVER

Wilmington University utilizes proctored ACCUPLACER® placement tests to determine proper course placement(s) for undergraduate and graduate students. Course placement is determined according to the student’s skill level upon entering the university.

Undergraduate students are tested for English and mathematics course placement. Graduate and doctoral students are required to complete an assessment of their writing skills prior to registering for their fourth course in the intended degree program.

Additionally, students who were educated outside of the United States are required to take LOEP placement testing for English language proficiency. 

For more information, please visit
http://www.wilmu.edu/advising/placement.aspx.

Saturday, January 18, 2014
9:00 AM - 1:00 PM Placement Test - New Castle

Placement testing enables Wilmington University to determine the appropriate English and mathematics course placement for students according to their entering skill level. For more information, and to register for a placement test, visit http://www.wilmu.edu/advising/placement.aspx

9:00 AM Placement Test -- Wilson Graduate Center
Wilmington University utilizes proctored ACCUPLACER® placement tests to determine proper course placement(s) for undergraduate and graduate students. Course placement is determined according to the student’s skill level upon entering the university. Undergraduate students are tested for English and mathematics course placement. Graduate and doctoral students are required to complete an assessment of their writing skills prior to registering for their fourth course in the intended degree program. Additionally, students who were educated outside of the United States are required to take LOEP placement testing for English language proficiency. For more information, and to register for a placement test, click the yellow registration button (above) or visit http://www.wilmu.edu/advising/placement.aspx.
9:00 AM - 1:00 PM Placement Testing - DOVER

Wilmington University utilizes proctored ACCUPLACER® placement tests to determine proper course placement(s) for undergraduate and graduate students. Course placement is determined according to the student’s skill level upon entering the university.

Undergraduate students are tested for English and mathematics course placement. Graduate and doctoral students are required to complete an assessment of their writing skills prior to registering for their fourth course in the intended degree program.

Additionally, students who were educated outside of the United States are required to take LOEP placement testing for English language proficiency. 

For more information, please visit
http://www.wilmu.edu/advising/placement.aspx.

Friday, January 24, 2014
9:00 AM Placement Testing - DOVER

Wilmington University utilizes proctored ACCUPLACER® placement tests to determine proper course placement(s) for undergraduate and graduate students. Course placement is determined according to the student’s skill level upon entering the university.

Undergraduate students are tested for English and mathematics course placement. Graduate and doctoral students are required to complete an assessment of their writing skills prior to registering for their fourth course in the intended degree program.

Additionally, students who were educated outside of the United States are required to take LOEP placement testing for English language proficiency. 

For more information, please visit
http://www.wilmu.edu/advising/placement.aspx.

1:00 PM Placement Testing - Dover

Wilmington University utilizes proctored ACCUPLACER® placement tests to determine proper course placement(s) for undergraduate and graduate students. Course placement is determined according to the student’s skill level upon entering the university.

Undergraduate students are tested for English and mathematics course placement. Graduate and doctoral students are required to complete an assessment of their writing skills prior to registering for their fourth course in the intended degree program.

Additionally, students who were educated outside of the United States are required to take LOEP placement testing for English language proficiency. 

For more information, please visit
http://www.wilmu.edu/advising/placement.aspx.

5:30 PM - 9:30 PM Placement Testing - DOVER

Wilmington University utilizes proctored ACCUPLACER® placement tests to determine proper course placement(s) for undergraduate and graduate students. Course placement is determined according to the student’s skill level upon entering the university.

Undergraduate students are tested for English and mathematics course placement. Graduate and doctoral students are required to complete an assessment of their writing skills prior to registering for their fourth course in the intended degree program.

Additionally, students who were educated outside of the United States are required to take LOEP placement testing for English language proficiency. 

For more information, please visit
http://www.wilmu.edu/advising/placement.aspx.

Saturday, January 25, 2014
9:00 AM Placement Test -- Wilson Graduate Center
Wilmington University utilizes proctored ACCUPLACER® placement tests to determine proper course placement(s) for undergraduate and graduate students. Course placement is determined according to the student’s skill level upon entering the university. Undergraduate students are tested for English and mathematics course placement. Graduate and doctoral students are required to complete an assessment of their writing skills prior to registering for their fourth course in the intended degree program. Additionally, students who were educated outside of the United States are required to take LOEP placement testing for English language proficiency. For more information, and to register for a placement test, click the yellow registration button (above) or visit http://www.wilmu.edu/advising/placement.aspx.
Wednesday, January 29, 2014
9:00 AM - 1:00 PM Placement Test - New Castle

Placement testing enables Wilmington University to determine the appropriate English and mathematics course placement for students according to their entering skill level. For more information, and to register for a placement test, visit http://www.wilmu.edu/advising/placement.aspx

1:00 PM - 5:00 PM Placement Test - New Castle
Placement testing enables Wilmington University to determine the appropriate English and mathematics course placement for students according to their entering skill level. For more information, and to register for a placement test, visit http://www.wilmu.edu/advising/placement.aspx
5:00 PM - 9:00 PM Placement Test - New Castle
Placement testing enables Wilmington University to determine the appropriate English and mathematics course placement for students according to their entering skill level. For more information, and to register for a placement test, visit http://www.wilmu.edu/advising/placement.aspx
Friday, January 31, 2014
11:00 AM - 3:00 PM Placement Testing - Middletown
Wilmington University utilizes proctored ACCUPLACER® placement tests to determine proper course placement(s) for undergraduate and graduate students. Course placement is determined according to the student’s skill level upon entering the university.

Undergraduate students are tested for English and mathematics course placement. Graduate and doctoral students are required to complete an assessment of their writing skills prior to registering for their fourth course in the intended degree program.

Additionally, students who were educated outside of the United States are required to take LOEP placement testing for English language proficiency. 

For more information, please visit
http://www.wilmu.edu/advising/placement.aspx.
5:30 PM - 9:30 PM Placement Testing - DOVER

Wilmington University utilizes proctored ACCUPLACER® placement tests to determine proper course placement(s) for undergraduate and graduate students. Course placement is determined according to the student’s skill level upon entering the university.

Undergraduate students are tested for English and mathematics course placement. Graduate and doctoral students are required to complete an assessment of their writing skills prior to registering for their fourth course in the intended degree program.

Additionally, students who were educated outside of the United States are required to take LOEP placement testing for English language proficiency. 

For more information, please visit
http://www.wilmu.edu/advising/placement.aspx.

Saturday, February 01, 2014
9:00 AM - 1:00 PM Placement Test - New Castle

Placement testing enables Wilmington University to determine the appropriate English and mathematics course placement for students according to their entering skill level. For more information, and to register for a placement test, visit http://www.wilmu.edu/advising/placement.aspx

Monday, February 03, 2014
1:30 PM - 5:30 PM Placement Testing - Middletown
Wilmington University utilizes proctored ACCUPLACER® placement tests to determine proper course placement(s) for undergraduate and graduate students. Course placement is determined according to the student’s skill level upon entering the university. Undergraduate students are tested for English and mathematics course placement. Graduate and doctoral students are required to complete an assessment of their writing skills prior to registering for their fourth course in the intended degree program. Additionally, students who were educated outside of the United States are required to take LOEP placement testing for English language proficiency. For more information, and to register for a placement test, click the yellow registration button (above) or visithttp://www.wilmu.edu/advising/placement.aspx.
Wednesday, February 05, 2014
10:00 AM Placement Test -- Wilson Graduate Center
Wilmington University utilizes proctored ACCUPLACER® placement tests to determine proper course placement(s) for undergraduate and graduate students. Course placement is determined according to the student’s skill level upon entering the university. Undergraduate students are tested for English and mathematics course placement. Graduate and doctoral students are required to complete an assessment of their writing skills prior to registering for their fourth course in the intended degree program. Additionally, students who were educated outside of the United States are required to take LOEP placement testing for English language proficiency. For more information, and to register for a placement test, click the yellow registration button (above) or visit http://www.wilmu.edu/advising/placement.aspx.
Friday, February 07, 2014
5:30 PM Placement Testing - DOVER

Wilmington University utilizes proctored ACCUPLACER® placement tests to determine proper course placement(s) for undergraduate and graduate students. Course placement is determined according to the student’s skill level upon entering the university.

Undergraduate students are tested for English and mathematics course placement. Graduate and doctoral students are required to complete an assessment of their writing skills prior to registering for their fourth course in the intended degree program.

Additionally, students who were educated outside of the United States are required to take LOEP placement testing for English language proficiency. 

For more information, please visit
http://www.wilmu.edu/advising/placement.aspx.

Saturday, February 08, 2014
9:00 AM Placement Test -- Wilson Graduate Center
Wilmington University utilizes proctored ACCUPLACER® placement tests to determine proper course placement(s) for undergraduate and graduate students. Course placement is determined according to the student’s skill level upon entering the university. Undergraduate students are tested for English and mathematics course placement. Graduate and doctoral students are required to complete an assessment of their writing skills prior to registering for their fourth course in the intended degree program. Additionally, students who were educated outside of the United States are required to take LOEP placement testing for English language proficiency. For more information, and to register for a placement test, click the yellow registration button (above) or visit http://www.wilmu.edu/advising/placement.aspx.
Tuesday, February 11, 2014
1:30 PM - 5:30 PM Placement Testing - Middletown
Wilmington University utilizes proctored ACCUPLACER® placement tests to determine proper course placement(s) for undergraduate and graduate students. Course placement is determined according to the student’s skill level upon entering the university. Undergraduate students are tested for English and mathematics course placement. Graduate and doctoral students are required to complete an assessment of their writing skills prior to registering for their fourth course in the intended degree program. Additionally, students who were educated outside of the United States are required to take LOEP placement testing for English language proficiency. For more information, and to register for a placement test, click the yellow registration button (above) or visit http://www.wilmu.edu/advising/placement.aspx.
Wednesday, February 12, 2014
9:00 AM - 1:00 PM Placement Test - New Castle

Placement testing enables Wilmington University to determine the appropriate English and mathematics course placement for students according to their entering skill level. For more information, and to register for a placement test, visit http://www.wilmu.edu/advising/placement.aspx

1:00 PM - 5:00 PM Placement Test - New Castle
Placement testing enables Wilmington University to determine the appropriate English and mathematics course placement for students according to their entering skill level. For more information, and to register for a placement test, visit http://www.wilmu.edu/advising/placement.aspx
5:00 PM - 9:00 PM Placement Test - New Castle
Placement testing enables Wilmington University to determine the appropriate English and mathematics course placement for students according to their entering skill level. For more information, and to register for a placement test, visit http://www.wilmu.edu/advising/placement.aspx
Friday, February 14, 2014
5:30 PM - 9:30 PM (Cancelled) Placement Testing - DOVER

Wilmington University utilizes proctored ACCUPLACER® placement tests to determine proper course placement(s) for undergraduate and graduate students. Course placement is determined according to the student’s skill level upon entering the university.

Undergraduate students are tested for English and mathematics course placement. Graduate and doctoral students are required to complete an assessment of their writing skills prior to registering for their fourth course in the intended degree program.

Additionally, students who were educated outside of the United States are required to take LOEP placement testing for English language proficiency. 

For more information, please visit
http://www.wilmu.edu/advising/placement.aspx.

Saturday, February 15, 2014
9:00 AM - 1:00 PM Placement Test - New Castle

Placement testing enables Wilmington University to determine the appropriate English and mathematics course placement for students according to their entering skill level. For more information, and to register for a placement test, visit http://www.wilmu.edu/advising/placement.aspx

Tuesday, February 18, 2014
1:30 PM - 5:30 PM Placement Testing - Middletown
Wilmington University utilizes proctored ACCUPLACER® placement tests to determine proper course placement(s) for undergraduate and graduate students. Course placement is determined according to the student’s skill level upon entering the university. Undergraduate students are tested for English and mathematics course placement. Graduate and doctoral students are required to complete an assessment of their writing skills prior to registering for their fourth course in the intended degree program. Additionally, students who were educated outside of the United States are required to take LOEP placement testing for English language proficiency. For more information, and to register for a placement test, click the yellow registration button (above) or visit http://www.wilmu.edu/advising/placement.aspx.
Wednesday, February 19, 2014
10:00 AM Placement Test -- Wilson Graduate Center
Wilmington University utilizes proctored ACCUPLACER® placement tests to determine proper course placement(s) for undergraduate and graduate students. Course placement is determined according to the student’s skill level upon entering the university. Undergraduate students are tested for English and mathematics course placement. Graduate and doctoral students are required to complete an assessment of their writing skills prior to registering for their fourth course in the intended degree program. Additionally, students who were educated outside of the United States are required to take LOEP placement testing for English language proficiency. For more information, and to register for a placement test, click the yellow registration button (above) or visit http://www.wilmu.edu/advising/placement.aspx.
Friday, February 21, 2014
9:00 AM Placement Testing - DOVER

Wilmington University utilizes proctored ACCUPLACER® placement tests to determine proper course placement(s) for undergraduate and graduate students. Course placement is determined according to the student’s skill level upon entering the university.

Undergraduate students are tested for English and mathematics course placement. Graduate and doctoral students are required to complete an assessment of their writing skills prior to registering for their fourth course in the intended degree program.

Additionally, students who were educated outside of the United States are required to take LOEP placement testing for English language proficiency. 

For more information, please visit
http://www.wilmu.edu/advising/placement.aspx.

1:00 PM Placement Testing - DOVER

Wilmington University utilizes proctored ACCUPLACER® placement tests to determine proper course placement(s) for undergraduate and graduate students. Course placement is determined according to the student’s skill level upon entering the university.

Undergraduate students are tested for English and mathematics course placement. Graduate and doctoral students are required to complete an assessment of their writing skills prior to registering for their fourth course in the intended degree program.

Additionally, students who were educated outside of the United States are required to take LOEP placement testing for English language proficiency. 

For more information, please visit
http://www.wilmu.edu/advising/placement.aspx.

5:30 PM Placement Testing - DOVER

Wilmington University utilizes proctored ACCUPLACER® placement tests to determine proper course placement(s) for undergraduate and graduate students. Course placement is determined according to the student’s skill level upon entering the university.

Undergraduate students are tested for English and mathematics course placement. Graduate and doctoral students are required to complete an assessment of their writing skills prior to registering for their fourth course in the intended degree program.

Additionally, students who were educated outside of the United States are required to take LOEP placement testing for English language proficiency. 

For more information, please visit
http://www.wilmu.edu/advising/placement.aspx.

Saturday, February 22, 2014
9:00 AM Placement Test -- Wilson Graduate Center
Wilmington University utilizes proctored ACCUPLACER® placement tests to determine proper course placement(s) for undergraduate and graduate students. Course placement is determined according to the student’s skill level upon entering the university. Undergraduate students are tested for English and mathematics course placement. Graduate and doctoral students are required to complete an assessment of their writing skills prior to registering for their fourth course in the intended degree program. Additionally, students who were educated outside of the United States are required to take LOEP placement testing for English language proficiency. For more information, and to register for a placement test, click the yellow registration button (above) or visit http://www.wilmu.edu/advising/placement.aspx.
9:00 AM Placement Testing - DOVER

Wilmington University utilizes proctored ACCUPLACER® placement tests to determine proper course placement(s) for undergraduate and graduate students. Course placement is determined according to the student’s skill level upon entering the university.

Undergraduate students are tested for English and mathematics course placement. Graduate and doctoral students are required to complete an assessment of their writing skills prior to registering for their fourth course in the intended degree program.

Additionally, students who were educated outside of the United States are required to take LOEP placement testing for English language proficiency. 

For more information, please visit
http://www.wilmu.edu/advising/placement.aspx.

Friday, February 28, 2014
5:30 PM Placement Testing - DOVER

Wilmington University utilizes proctored ACCUPLACER® placement tests to determine proper course placement(s) for undergraduate and graduate students. Course placement is determined according to the student’s skill level upon entering the university.

Undergraduate students are tested for English and mathematics course placement. Graduate and doctoral students are required to complete an assessment of their writing skills prior to registering for their fourth course in the intended degree program.

Additionally, students who were educated outside of the United States are required to take LOEP placement testing for English language proficiency. 

For more information, please visit
http://www.wilmu.edu/advising/placement.aspx.

Monday, March 03, 2014
9:00 AM - 1:00 PM Placement Test - New Castle

Placement testing enables Wilmington University to determine the appropriate English and mathematics course placement for students according to their entering skill level. For more information, and to register for a placement test, visit http://www.wilmu.edu/advising/placement.aspx

1:00 PM - 5:00 PM Placement Test - New Castle
Placement testing enables Wilmington University to determine the appropriate English and mathematics course placement for students according to their entering skill level. For more information, and to register for a placement test, visit http://www.wilmu.edu/advising/placement.aspx
5:00 PM - 9:00 PM Placement Test - New Castle
Placement testing enables Wilmington University to determine the appropriate English and mathematics course placement for students according to their entering skill level. For more information, and to register for a placement test, visit http://www.wilmu.edu/advising/placement.aspx
5:00 PM Placement Test -- Wilson Graduate Center
Wilmington University utilizes proctored ACCUPLACER® placement tests to determine proper course placement(s) for undergraduate and graduate students. Course placement is determined according to the student’s skill level upon entering the university. Undergraduate students are tested for English and mathematics course placement. Graduate and doctoral students are required to complete an assessment of their writing skills prior to registering for their fourth course in the intended degree program. Additionally, students who were educated outside of the United States are required to take LOEP placement testing for English language proficiency. For more information, and to register for a placement test, click the yellow registration button (above) or visit http://www.wilmu.edu/advising/placement.aspx.
Tuesday, March 04, 2014
9:00 AM - 1:00 PM Placement Test - New Castle

Placement testing enables Wilmington University to determine the appropriate English and mathematics course placement for students according to their entering skill level. For more information, and to register for a placement test, visit http://www.wilmu.edu/advising/placement.aspx

10:00 AM Placement Test -- Wilson Graduate Center
Wilmington University utilizes proctored ACCUPLACER® placement tests to determine proper course placement(s) for undergraduate and graduate students. Course placement is determined according to the student’s skill level upon entering the university. Undergraduate students are tested for English and mathematics course placement. Graduate and doctoral students are required to complete an assessment of their writing skills prior to registering for their fourth course in the intended degree program. Additionally, students who were educated outside of the United States are required to take LOEP placement testing for English language proficiency. For more information, and to register for a placement test, click the yellow registration button (above) or visit http://www.wilmu.edu/advising/placement.aspx.
1:00 PM - 5:00 PM Placement Test - New Castle
Placement testing enables Wilmington University to determine the appropriate English and mathematics course placement for students according to their entering skill level. For more information, and to register for a placement test, visit http://www.wilmu.edu/advising/placement.aspx
5:00 PM - 9:00 PM Placement Test - New Castle
Placement testing enables Wilmington University to determine the appropriate English and mathematics course placement for students according to their entering skill level. For more information, and to register for a placement test, visit http://www.wilmu.edu/advising/placement.aspx
Wednesday, March 05, 2014
9:00 AM - 1:00 PM Placement Test - New Castle

Placement testing enables Wilmington University to determine the appropriate English and mathematics course placement for students according to their entering skill level. For more information, and to register for a placement test, visit http://www.wilmu.edu/advising/placement.aspx

1:00 PM - 5:00 PM Placement Test - New Castle
Placement testing enables Wilmington University to determine the appropriate English and mathematics course placement for students according to their entering skill level. For more information, and to register for a placement test, visit http://www.wilmu.edu/advising/placement.aspx
1:30 PM - 5:30 PM Placement Testing - Middletown
Wilmington University utilizes proctored ACCUPLACER® placement tests to determine proper course placement(s) for undergraduate and graduate students. Course placement is determined according to the student’s skill level upon entering the university. Undergraduate students are tested for English and mathematics course placement. Graduate and doctoral students are required to complete an assessment of their writing skills prior to registering for their fourth course in the intended degree program. Additionally, students who were educated outside of the United States are required to take LOEP placement testing for English language proficiency. For more information, and to register for a placement test, click the yellow registration button (above) or visit http://www.wilmu.edu/advising/placement.aspx.
5:00 PM - 9:00 PM Placement Test - New Castle
Placement testing enables Wilmington University to determine the appropriate English and mathematics course placement for students according to their entering skill level. For more information, and to register for a placement test, visit http://www.wilmu.edu/advising/placement.aspx
Thursday, March 06, 2014
9:00 AM - 1:00 PM Placement Test - New Castle

Placement testing enables Wilmington University to determine the appropriate English and mathematics course placement for students according to their entering skill level. For more information, and to register for a placement test, visit http://www.wilmu.edu/advising/placement.aspx

10:00 AM Placement Test -- Wilson Graduate Center
Wilmington University utilizes proctored ACCUPLACER® placement tests to determine proper course placement(s) for undergraduate and graduate students. Course placement is determined according to the student’s skill level upon entering the university. Undergraduate students are tested for English and mathematics course placement. Graduate and doctoral students are required to complete an assessment of their writing skills prior to registering for their fourth course in the intended degree program. Additionally, students who were educated outside of the United States are required to take LOEP placement testing for English language proficiency. For more information, and to register for a placement test, click the yellow registration button (above) or visit http://www.wilmu.edu/advising/placement.aspx.
1:00 PM - 5:00 PM Placement Test - New Castle
Placement testing enables Wilmington University to determine the appropriate English and mathematics course placement for students according to their entering skill level. For more information, and to register for a placement test, visit http://www.wilmu.edu/advising/placement.aspx
5:00 PM - 9:00 PM Placement Test - New Castle
Placement testing enables Wilmington University to determine the appropriate English and mathematics course placement for students according to their entering skill level. For more information, and to register for a placement test, visit http://www.wilmu.edu/advising/placement.aspx
Friday, March 07, 2014
9:00 AM - 1:00 PM Placement Test - New Castle

Placement testing enables Wilmington University to determine the appropriate English and mathematics course placement for students according to their entering skill level. For more information, and to register for a placement test, visit http://www.wilmu.edu/advising/placement.aspx

1:00 PM - 5:00 PM Placement Test - New Castle
Placement testing enables Wilmington University to determine the appropriate English and mathematics course placement for students according to their entering skill level. For more information, and to register for a placement test, visit http://www.wilmu.edu/advising/placement.aspx
5:30 PM Placement Testing - DOVER

Wilmington University utilizes proctored ACCUPLACER® placement tests to determine proper course placement(s) for undergraduate and graduate students. Course placement is determined according to the student’s skill level upon entering the university.

Undergraduate students are tested for English and mathematics course placement. Graduate and doctoral students are required to complete an assessment of their writing skills prior to registering for their fourth course in the intended degree program.

Additionally, students who were educated outside of the United States are required to take LOEP placement testing for English language proficiency. 

For more information, please visit
http://www.wilmu.edu/advising/placement.aspx.

Saturday, March 08, 2014
9:00 AM Placement Test -- Wilson Graduate Center
Wilmington University utilizes proctored ACCUPLACER® placement tests to determine proper course placement(s) for undergraduate and graduate students. Course placement is determined according to the student’s skill level upon entering the university. Undergraduate students are tested for English and mathematics course placement. Graduate and doctoral students are required to complete an assessment of their writing skills prior to registering for their fourth course in the intended degree program. Additionally, students who were educated outside of the United States are required to take LOEP placement testing for English language proficiency. For more information, and to register for a placement test, click the yellow registration button (above) or visit http://www.wilmu.edu/advising/placement.aspx.
Wednesday, March 12, 2014
9:00 AM - 1:00 PM Placement Test - New Castle

Placement testing enables Wilmington University to determine the appropriate English and mathematics course placement for students according to their entering skill level. For more information, and to register for a placement test, visit http://www.wilmu.edu/advising/placement.aspx

1:00 PM - 5:00 PM Placement Test - New Castle
Placement testing enables Wilmington University to determine the appropriate English and mathematics course placement for students according to their entering skill level. For more information, and to register for a placement test, visit http://www.wilmu.edu/advising/placement.aspx
5:00 PM - 9:00 PM Placement Test - New Castle
Placement testing enables Wilmington University to determine the appropriate English and mathematics course placement for students according to their entering skill level. For more information, and to register for a placement test, visit http://www.wilmu.edu/advising/placement.aspx
Friday, March 14, 2014
5:30 PM Placement Testing - DOVER

Wilmington University utilizes proctored ACCUPLACER® placement tests to determine proper course placement(s) for undergraduate and graduate students. Course placement is determined according to the student’s skill level upon entering the university.

Undergraduate students are tested for English and mathematics course placement. Graduate and doctoral students are required to complete an assessment of their writing skills prior to registering for their fourth course in the intended degree program.

Additionally, students who were educated outside of the United States are required to take LOEP placement testing for English language proficiency. 

For more information, please visit
http://www.wilmu.edu/advising/placement.aspx.

Saturday, March 15, 2014
9:00 AM - 1:00 PM Placement Test - New Castle

Placement testing enables Wilmington University to determine the appropriate English and mathematics course placement for students according to their entering skill level. For more information, and to register for a placement test, visit http://www.wilmu.edu/advising/placement.aspx

9:00 AM Placement Testing - DOVER

Wilmington University utilizes proctored ACCUPLACER® placement tests to determine proper course placement(s) for undergraduate and graduate students. Course placement is determined according to the student’s skill level upon entering the university.

Undergraduate students are tested for English and mathematics course placement. Graduate and doctoral students are required to complete an assessment of their writing skills prior to registering for their fourth course in the intended degree program.

Additionally, students who were educated outside of the United States are required to take LOEP placement testing for English language proficiency. 

For more information, please visit
http://www.wilmu.edu/advising/placement.aspx.

Monday, March 17, 2014
1:30 PM - 5:30 PM Placement Testing - Middletown
Wilmington University utilizes proctored ACCUPLACER® placement tests to determine proper course placement(s) for undergraduate and graduate students. Course placement is determined according to the student’s skill level upon entering the university. Undergraduate students are tested for English and mathematics course placement. Graduate and doctoral students are required to complete an assessment of their writing skills prior to registering for their fourth course in the intended degree program. Additionally, students who were educated outside of the United States are required to take LOEP placement testing for English language proficiency. For more information, and to register for a placement test, click the yellow registration button (above) or visit http://www.wilmu.edu/advising/placement.aspx.
Wednesday, March 19, 2014
10:00 AM Placement Test -- Wilson Graduate Center
Wilmington University utilizes proctored ACCUPLACER® placement tests to determine proper course placement(s) for undergraduate and graduate students. Course placement is determined according to the student’s skill level upon entering the university. Undergraduate students are tested for English and mathematics course placement. Graduate and doctoral students are required to complete an assessment of their writing skills prior to registering for their fourth course in the intended degree program. Additionally, students who were educated outside of the United States are required to take LOEP placement testing for English language proficiency. For more information, and to register for a placement test, click the yellow registration button (above) or visit http://www.wilmu.edu/advising/placement.aspx.
Friday, March 21, 2014
9:00 AM Placement Testing - DOVER

Wilmington University utilizes proctored ACCUPLACER® placement tests to determine proper course placement(s) for undergraduate and graduate students. Course placement is determined according to the student’s skill level upon entering the university.

Undergraduate students are tested for English and mathematics course placement. Graduate and doctoral students are required to complete an assessment of their writing skills prior to registering for their fourth course in the intended degree program.

Additionally, students who were educated outside of the United States are required to take LOEP placement testing for English language proficiency. 

For more information, please visit
http://www.wilmu.edu/advising/placement.aspx.

1:00 PM (Cancelled) Placement Testing - DOVER

Wilmington University utilizes proctored ACCUPLACER® placement tests to determine proper course placement(s) for undergraduate and graduate students. Course placement is determined according to the student’s skill level upon entering the university.

Undergraduate students are tested for English and mathematics course placement. Graduate and doctoral students are required to complete an assessment of their writing skills prior to registering for their fourth course in the intended degree program.

Additionally, students who were educated outside of the United States are required to take LOEP placement testing for English language proficiency. 

For more information, please visit
http://www.wilmu.edu/advising/placement.aspx.

5:30 PM Placement Testing - DOVER

Wilmington University utilizes proctored ACCUPLACER® placement tests to determine proper course placement(s) for undergraduate and graduate students. Course placement is determined according to the student’s skill level upon entering the university.

Undergraduate students are tested for English and mathematics course placement. Graduate and doctoral students are required to complete an assessment of their writing skills prior to registering for their fourth course in the intended degree program.

Additionally, students who were educated outside of the United States are required to take LOEP placement testing for English language proficiency. 

For more information, please visit
http://www.wilmu.edu/advising/placement.aspx.

Wednesday, March 26, 2014
9:00 AM - 1:00 PM Placement Test - New Castle

Placement testing enables Wilmington University to determine the appropriate English and mathematics course placement for students according to their entering skill level. For more information, and to register for a placement test, visit http://www.wilmu.edu/advising/placement.aspx

10:00 AM Placement Test -- Wilson Graduate Center
Wilmington University utilizes proctored ACCUPLACER® placement tests to determine proper course placement(s) for undergraduate and graduate students. Course placement is determined according to the student’s skill level upon entering the university. Undergraduate students are tested for English and mathematics course placement. Graduate and doctoral students are required to complete an assessment of their writing skills prior to registering for their fourth course in the intended degree program. Additionally, students who were educated outside of the United States are required to take LOEP placement testing for English language proficiency. For more information, and to register for a placement test, click the yellow registration button (above) or visit http://www.wilmu.edu/advising/placement.aspx.
1:00 PM - 5:00 PM Placement Test - New Castle
Placement testing enables Wilmington University to determine the appropriate English and mathematics course placement for students according to their entering skill level. For more information, and to register for a placement test, visit http://www.wilmu.edu/advising/placement.aspx
5:00 PM - 9:00 PM Placement Test - New Castle
Placement testing enables Wilmington University to determine the appropriate English and mathematics course placement for students according to their entering skill level. For more information, and to register for a placement test, visit http://www.wilmu.edu/advising/placement.aspx
Friday, March 28, 2014
10:00 AM - 2:00 PM Placement Testing - Middletown
Wilmington University utilizes proctored ACCUPLACER® placement tests to determine proper course placement(s) for undergraduate and graduate students. Course placement is determined according to the student’s skill level upon entering the university. Undergraduate students are tested for English and mathematics course placement. Graduate and doctoral students are required to complete an assessment of their writing skills prior to registering for their fourth course in the intended degree program. Additionally, students who were educated outside of the United States are required to take LOEP placement testing for English language proficiency. For more information, and to register for a placement test, click the yellow registration button (above) or visit http://www.wilmu.edu/advising/placement.aspx.
5:30 PM (Cancelled) Placement Testing - DOVER

Wilmington University utilizes proctored ACCUPLACER® placement tests to determine proper course placement(s) for undergraduate and graduate students. Course placement is determined according to the student’s skill level upon entering the university.

Undergraduate students are tested for English and mathematics course placement. Graduate and doctoral students are required to complete an assessment of their writing skills prior to registering for their fourth course in the intended degree program.

Additionally, students who were educated outside of the United States are required to take LOEP placement testing for English language proficiency. 

For more information, please visit
http://www.wilmu.edu/advising/placement.aspx.

Saturday, March 29, 2014
9:00 AM Placement Test -- Wilson Graduate Center
Wilmington University utilizes proctored ACCUPLACER® placement tests to determine proper course placement(s) for undergraduate and graduate students. Course placement is determined according to the student’s skill level upon entering the university. Undergraduate students are tested for English and mathematics course placement. Graduate and doctoral students are required to complete an assessment of their writing skills prior to registering for their fourth course in the intended degree program. Additionally, students who were educated outside of the United States are required to take LOEP placement testing for English language proficiency. For more information, and to register for a placement test, click the yellow registration button (above) or visit http://www.wilmu.edu/advising/placement.aspx.
Wednesday, April 02, 2014
10:00 AM Placement Test -- Wilson Graduate Center
Wilmington University utilizes proctored ACCUPLACER® placement tests to determine proper course placement(s) for undergraduate and graduate students. Course placement is determined according to the student’s skill level upon entering the university. Undergraduate students are tested for English and mathematics course placement. Graduate and doctoral students are required to complete an assessment of their writing skills prior to registering for their fourth course in the intended degree program. Additionally, students who were educated outside of the United States are required to take LOEP placement testing for English language proficiency. For more information, and to register for a placement test, click the yellow registration button (above) or visit http://www.wilmu.edu/advising/placement.aspx.
Friday, April 04, 2014
5:30 PM (Cancelled) Placement Testing - DOVER

Wilmington University utilizes proctored ACCUPLACER® placement tests to determine proper course placement(s) for undergraduate and graduate students. Course placement is determined according to the student’s skill level upon entering the university.

Undergraduate students are tested for English and mathematics course placement. Graduate and doctoral students are required to complete an assessment of their writing skills prior to registering for their fourth course in the intended degree program.

Additionally, students who were educated outside of the United States are required to take LOEP placement testing for English language proficiency. 

For more information, please visit
http://www.wilmu.edu/advising/placement.aspx.

Saturday, April 05, 2014
9:00 AM - 1:00 PM Placement Test - New Castle

Placement testing enables Wilmington University to determine the appropriate English and mathematics course placement for students according to their entering skill level. For more information, and to register for a placement test, visit http://www.wilmu.edu/advising/placement.aspx

9:00 AM (Cancelled) Placement Testing - DOVER
Wilmington University utilizes proctored ACCUPLACER® placement tests to determine proper course placement(s) for undergraduate and graduate students. Course placement is determined according to the student’s skill level upon entering the university.

Undergraduate students are tested for English and mathematics course placement. Graduate and doctoral students are required to complete an assessment of their writing skills prior to registering for their fourth course in the intended degree program.

Additionally, students who were educated outside of the United States are required to take LOEP placement testing for English language proficiency. 

For more information, please visit
http://www.wilmu.edu/advising/placement.aspx.
Monday, April 07, 2014
9:00 AM (Cancelled) Placement Testing - DOVER

Wilmington University utilizes proctored ACCUPLACER® placement tests to determine proper course placement(s) for undergraduate and graduate students. Course placement is determined according to the student’s skill level upon entering the university.

Undergraduate students are tested for English and mathematics course placement. Graduate and doctoral students are required to complete an assessment of their writing skills prior to registering for their fourth course in the intended degree program.

Additionally, students who were educated outside of the United States are required to take LOEP placement testing for English language proficiency. 

For more information, please visit
http://www.wilmu.edu/advising/placement.aspx.

1:00 PM Placement Testing - DOVER

Wilmington University utilizes proctored ACCUPLACER® placement tests to determine proper course placement(s) for undergraduate and graduate students. Course placement is determined according to the student’s skill level upon entering the university.

Undergraduate students are tested for English and mathematics course placement. Graduate and doctoral students are required to complete an assessment of their writing skills prior to registering for their fourth course in the intended degree program.

Additionally, students who were educated outside of the United States are required to take LOEP placement testing for English language proficiency. 

For more information, please visit
http://www.wilmu.edu/advising/placement.aspx.

5:30 PM (Cancelled) Placement Testing - DOVER

Wilmington University utilizes proctored ACCUPLACER® placement tests to determine proper course placement(s) for undergraduate and graduate students. Course placement is determined according to the student’s skill level upon entering the university.

Undergraduate students are tested for English and mathematics course placement. Graduate and doctoral students are required to complete an assessment of their writing skills prior to registering for their fourth course in the intended degree program.

Additionally, students who were educated outside of the United States are required to take LOEP placement testing for English language proficiency. 

For more information, please visit
http://www.wilmu.edu/advising/placement.aspx.

Wednesday, April 09, 2014
9:00 AM - 1:00 PM Placement Test - New Castle

Placement testing enables Wilmington University to determine the appropriate English and mathematics course placement for students according to their entering skill level. For more information, and to register for a placement test, visit http://www.wilmu.edu/advising/placement.aspx

1:00 PM - 5:00 PM Placement Test - New Castle
Placement testing enables Wilmington University to determine the appropriate English and mathematics course placement for students according to their entering skill level. For more information, and to register for a placement test, visit http://www.wilmu.edu/advising/placement.aspx
1:30 PM - 5:30 PM Placement Testing - Middletown
Wilmington University utilizes proctored ACCUPLACER® placement tests to determine proper course placement(s) for undergraduate and graduate students. Course placement is determined according to the student’s skill level upon entering the university. Undergraduate students are tested for English and mathematics course placement. Graduate and doctoral students are required to complete an assessment of their writing skills prior to registering for their fourth course in the intended degree program. Additionally, students who were educated outside of the United States are required to take LOEP placement testing for English language proficiency. For more information, and to register for a placement test, click the yellow registration button (above) or visit http://www.wilmu.edu/advising/placement.aspx.
5:00 PM - 9:00 PM Placement Test - New Castle
Placement testing enables Wilmington University to determine the appropriate English and mathematics course placement for students according to their entering skill level. For more information, and to register for a placement test, visit http://www.wilmu.edu/advising/placement.aspx
Friday, April 11, 2014
5:30 PM Placement Testing - DOVER

Wilmington University utilizes proctored ACCUPLACER® placement tests to determine proper course placement(s) for undergraduate and graduate students. Course placement is determined according to the student’s skill level upon entering the university.

Undergraduate students are tested for English and mathematics course placement. Graduate and doctoral students are required to complete an assessment of their writing skills prior to registering for their fourth course in the intended degree program.

Additionally, students who were educated outside of the United States are required to take LOEP placement testing for English language proficiency. 

For more information, please visit
http://www.wilmu.edu/advising/placement.aspx.

Saturday, April 12, 2014
9:00 AM Placement Test -- Wilson Graduate Center
Wilmington University utilizes proctored ACCUPLACER® placement tests to determine proper course placement(s) for undergraduate and graduate students. Course placement is determined according to the student’s skill level upon entering the university. Undergraduate students are tested for English and mathematics course placement. Graduate and doctoral students are required to complete an assessment of their writing skills prior to registering for their fourth course in the intended degree program. Additionally, students who were educated outside of the United States are required to take LOEP placement testing for English language proficiency. For more information, and to register for a placement test, click the yellow registration button (above) or visit http://www.wilmu.edu/advising/placement.aspx.
Wednesday, April 16, 2014
10:00 AM Placement Test -- Wilson Graduate Center
Wilmington University utilizes proctored ACCUPLACER® placement tests to determine proper course placement(s) for undergraduate and graduate students. Course placement is determined according to the student’s skill level upon entering the university. Undergraduate students are tested for English and mathematics course placement. Graduate and doctoral students are required to complete an assessment of their writing skills prior to registering for their fourth course in the intended degree program. Additionally, students who were educated outside of the United States are required to take LOEP placement testing for English language proficiency. For more information, and to register for a placement test, click the yellow registration button (above) or visit http://www.wilmu.edu/advising/placement.aspx.
Thursday, April 17, 2014
1:00 PM (Cancelled) Placement Testing - DOVER

Wilmington University utilizes proctored ACCUPLACER® placement tests to determine proper course placement(s) for undergraduate and graduate students. Course placement is determined according to the student’s skill level upon entering the university.

Undergraduate students are tested for English and mathematics course placement. Graduate and doctoral students are required to complete an assessment of their writing skills prior to registering for their fourth course in the intended degree program.

Additionally, students who were educated outside of the United States are required to take LOEP placement testing for English language proficiency. 

For more information, please visit
http://www.wilmu.edu/advising/placement.aspx.

1:30 PM - 5:30 PM Placement Testing - Middletown
Wilmington University utilizes proctored ACCUPLACER® placement tests to determine proper course placement(s) for undergraduate and graduate students. Course placement is determined according to the student’s skill level upon entering the university. Undergraduate students are tested for English and mathematics course placement. Graduate and doctoral students are required to complete an assessment of their writing skills prior to registering for their fourth course in the intended degree program. Additionally, students who were educated outside of the United States are required to take LOEP placement testing for English language proficiency. For more information, and to register for a placement test, click the yellow registration button (above) or visit http://www.wilmu.edu/advising/placement.aspx.
Friday, April 18, 2014
9:00 AM - 1:00 PM Placement Test - New Castle

Placement testing enables Wilmington University to determine the appropriate English and mathematics course placement for students according to their entering skill level. For more information, and to register for a placement test, visit http://www.wilmu.edu/advising/placement.aspx

1:00 PM - 5:00 PM